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Some map-making exploration with Geosheets

GISLounge has a great post called How To Make a Map From Open Data Using a Spreadsheet, which is actually using Google Sheets specifically. Earlier today I also tripped across a post highlighting an excellent visualization of how to choose...
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Education / Education Tech : Technology in the Classroom

Google has opened up its Public Data Explorer which allows the user to generate visual displays of public data. It is great tool for merging of data analysis, visual literacy and infographics.  Google links to public data sets that ...

Visualize Your Data with Google Public Data Explorer

Technology : ReadWriteWeb

The Google Public Data Explorer takes large data sets and makes them palatable for public consumption, taking numbers, figures and other data and turning them into bar graphs, line graphs, maps and bubbles. When the explorer launche...

Google and SAP Team-Up to Help You Visualize Big Data

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SAP announced today that several of its enterprise products will soon gain new features for visualizing location data from Google Maps. SAP BusinessObjects Explorer and Streamwork were specifically mentioned. SAP expects these featu...

Bring Your Own Data: Google Opens Up Visualization API

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When Google launched its Visualization API in March, it only allowed developers to create applications on top of spreadsheets in Google Docs. Starting today, developers can also use the API to create graphs and gadgets from any data...

Google Sheets gets data labels, customizable data points, and advanced filtering

Technology : Venture Beat

Google is making several updates to Google Sheets, the company’s web-based spreadsheet service. Now you can add include specific numbers to charts and change the look of specific data points in charts. You can also preview formula r...

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