Google's Public Data Explorer tool, curated with 27 datasets including more than 300 data metrics help you visualize literally everything. Google today, opened the Public Data Explorer to explore your own data.
"We're making a new data format, the Dataset Publishing Language (DSPL), openly available, and providing an interface for anyone to upload their datasets. DSPL is an XML-based format designed from the ground up to support rich, interactive visualizations like those in the Public Data Explorer. The DSPL language and upload interface are available in Google Labs," stated Google.
To upload a dataset, click on the "My Datasets" link on the left-hand side of the Public Data Explorer. Once imported, a dataset can be visualized, embedded in external websites, shared with others and published. "If you're an official provider, you can request that your datasets appear in the Public Data Explorer directory; please contact us to discuss this process," Google said.
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