New search tool finds, charts public data
Original post made by GoogleWatch on Apr 28, 2009
Google is launching the unnamed search tool by allowing users to access and analyze population and employment data by placing it conveniently on charts. Other data, such as emissions data from the US Environmental Protection Agency, will follow. The tool also allows data from different sources to be compared.
To use the function, do a regular Google search for "population" or "unemployment rate" followed by "a U.S. state or county to see the most recent estimates," says [Web Link the official Google Blog post on the topic].
The Washington Post also has [Web Link the story].
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