Monday, April 27, 2009

New Chart Options for the Visualization API

The Visualization API is about charts and visualizations, so we try to push out new features and options to our growing list of charts every several weeks or so.

Here are a few examples of recently launched charting options and additions:
  • Lots of customization options for the Table visualization, so you can customize it any way you want. You can even make it look as ugly as this:

  • The popular Motion Chart has become even more interactive and appealing, now with zoom option, bars, and an option to save and restore the chart state.

    This way you can track your data over time with the default bubble view:

    Or dynamically switch to a bar view when it makes sense:

  • Plus, we've made all of our charts and visualizations easier to share with others through the toolbar helper element that enables you to export your data in a variety of formats, or embed the visualization in another page through a simple user oriented UI:

Check out our What's New page from time to time to see other new features we've added to the API.

At the upcoming Google I/O developer conference, we'll give in-depth sessions on creating Visualization API data sources, using the Visualization API with GWT, and more. We look forwarding to seeing you there!

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