Google Public Data Explorer

Google Public Data Explorer
The Public Data Explorer launched in March, 2010 is designed to help people comprehend data and statistics through dynamic visualizations. Public Data Explorer is a search of datasets created by the public that can be charted over time and reworked.  Visualizations often provide links to authoritative data sources. Charts can be shared or embedded in websites or blogs.


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