Google Public Data Explorer: An experimental Google Labs visualization tool

Google released a new experimental product the “Google Public Data Explorer in Labs,” designed to help people comprehend data and statistics through rich visualizations. “With the Data Explorer, you can mash up data using line graphs, bar graphs, maps and bubble charts. The visualizations are dynamic, so you can watch them move over time, change […]

Google released a new experimental product the “Google Public Data Explorer in Labs,” designed to help people comprehend data and statistics through rich visualizations. “With the Data Explorer, you can mash up data using line graphs, bar graphs, maps and bubble charts. The visualizations are dynamic, so you can watch them move over time, change topics, highlight different entries and change the scale. Once you’ve a chart ready, you can easily share it with friends or even embed it on your own website or blog. Google put together an approximate list of the 80 most popular data and statistics search topics. Click the play button in the embedded chart to watch life expectancy increase while fertility rates fall around the world,” explain Google.

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