We are a Google Research group that explores how information visualization can make complex data accessible, useful, and even fun. Our work includes public and Google-internal projects. Here is some of our public work.
a twist on the classic visualization of the atomic elements
see how different musical genres became popular over time, and discover artists in each genre
Digital Attack Map
see live data on denial-of-service attacks across the world, and observe historical patterns
learn about the origin of words and how much they are used
YouTube Trends Map
see the top trending YouTube videos all over the U.S.
Analytics Flow Vis
understand the flow of visitors through a website
watch information spread through the Google+ social network
· Jon Orwant · Daniel Smilkov · Fernanda Viégas · Martin Wattenberg · James Wexler · Jim Wilson
Google Research · Cambridge, MA ·