correlate search results with other stuff

Search geeks, nerds and junkies: you are going to really dig this. Google Correlate lets you look at search data correlated with real world data.

Let's say that you wanted to plot how many people were searching for "sad light therapy" against the latitude of their location. And then you'd like to have it plotted in a fancy graph or graphic, that you could put into a PowerPoint deck, and impress your coworkers. Bam. It's done. Graphic above.

Make your own correlations on your own time, using the magical Google Correlate tool.

1 comment:

teenagewerewolf said...

it doesn't really work that well

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