In order to quickly show the ability to embed visualisations from Tableau Public, this is a rehash of a graph I created a few years ago:
Well folks, procrastination is the thief of time alright and my hard deadline was rapidly approaching. After struggling with Form maker plugin for the WordPress blog, I ended up settling on a questionnaire hosted on Surveymonkey.com
Check it out on the Malaria Map Survey page above ^^^
I spotted this on My RSS Feed recommendations and as a result I’ve signed up to the course. I’ve also added the Google Blog to my list of feeds!
You may already be familiar with some shortcuts for Google Search, like using the search box as a calculator or finding local movie showtimes by typing [movies] and your zip code. But there are many more tips, tricks and tactics you can use to find exactly what you’re looking for, when you most need it.
June 26: Google opened registration for Power Searching with Google, a free, online, community-based course showcasing these techniques and how you can use them to solve everyday problems.
The course is aimed at empowering you to find what you need faster, no matter how you currently use search. For example, did you know that you can search for and read pages written in languages you’ve never even studied?
[This is something I do already but want to learn how to properly leverage this for work and play]
They claim that you can learn all this and more over six 50-minute classes.
Lessons will be released daily starting on July 10, 2012, and you can take them according to your own schedule during a two-week window, alongside a worldwide community.
Power Searching with Google blends the MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) learning format pioneered by Stanford and MIT with our social and communication tools to create what we hope is a true community learning experience.
Visit the course homepage to learn more. Sign up now!
Would really like to be able to do these one day (s0on).
Hat tip to Information Aesthetics
Having found this little tool is likely that I’ll be blogging and bookmarking a bit more as it supports pretty much every service I use
Article at the Verge:
Video courtesy of CNETTV. This
Announced today at Google I/O, supposedly available in the App Store but I have yet to see it.
Checked at 2230BST – it’s in the Store!
Still nothing at 2350BST
Installed at 0900BST on Friday. – Happy days