What is Google Fusion Tables?

Definition of Google Fusion Tables

Google Fusion Tables in a cloud based application that enables storing, sharing, querying and visualizing data and data sets. It provides a web based data management services accessible through a browser or programmatically through a browser. It is part of the Google Docs office suite.

Brief Description of Google Fusion Tables

Google Fusion Tables primarily enables the management and visualization of data stored in the form of tables. The data can be visualized in form of graphical charts, maps, timelines, and plots. All visualized or stored data can be published online, share with individuals and integrate with a website. Google Fusion works by exporting the data values from the data in tables and converts it into meaningful graphical data representation entities.

Google Fusion Tables are entirely hosted on the Google cloud infrastructure and automatically updates the most updated version of data across all the shared users, integrated websites, applications and merged tables. It also provides real-time collaboration on the created data sets where the shared user can add, edit and comment on the data table in use.

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