Thursday, April 12, 2012
The Fusion Tables team has been a little quiet lately, but that’s just because we’ve been working hard on a whole bunch of new stuff that makes it easier to discover, manage and visualize data.
- A new way to look at your Fusion Table - Try the “Experimental” version of our Fusion Tables web application. The new design helps you explore and collaborate better on data. Faceted search make it easier to dive into a big data set and specify what you want to see. Multiple tabs let you experiment, trying different views of a table. And the new card layout lets you give a row of data your own custom layout. Give it a spin.
- More visualizations on lots of data - People love using Fusion Tables to put data on a map, but there are new visualizations available in our Experiment menu.Try the Zoomable Line chart. Playing with social network data? Try out the Network Graph visualization.
- New open-source tools library welcomes your contributions - Fond of Fusion Tables Layer wizard? Just recently discovered the chart creator? These great point-n-click tools and more for working with Fusion Tables are now available in the Fusion Tables open source library. Please contribute your tools and enhancements!