World Bank public data, now in Google search

In addition to launching public data on Google.com, Google added 17 World Development Indicators (full list) in Google search, using World Bank API. Now you can quickly access more data with a broad range of queries, where public data’ll be most relevant to you. For e.g., if you search [internet users in the united states], […]

In addition to launching public data on Google.com, Google added 17 World Development Indicators (full list) in Google search, using World Bank API. Now you can quickly access more data with a broad range of queries, where public data’ll be most relevant to you. For e.g., if you search [internet users in the united states], you’ll see a chart (see pic) at top of results page. Clicking result’ll bring you to an interactive chart where you can compare US with other regions across globe. You can also embed these charts by clicking on "Link" button in upper right corner of chart page. You’ve option to either embed chart with static data, or set the chart to update dynamically. Watch embedded chart below comparing Internet users in US and South Korea: