About Fusion Tables
Bust your data out of its silo!
Get more from data with Fusion Tables.
Fusion Tables is an experimental data visualization web application to gather, visualize, and share larger data tables.
- Filter and summarize across hundreds of thousands of rows.
- Then try a chart, map, network graph, or custom layout and embed or share it.
- Collaborate! All your data organization is automatically saved and stored in Google Drive.
- Merge two or three tables to generate a single visualization that includes both sets of data.
- Find public data to combine with your own for a better visualization.
- Viewers located anywhere can produce charts or maps from it.
- Offer developers an API, instantly!
Visualize bigger table data online
Find public data
Google Tables helps you search thousands of public Fusion Tables, or millions of public tables from around the web you can import to Fusion Tables.
Import your own data
Upload data tables from spreadsheets or CSV files, even KML. Developers can use the Fusion Tables API to insert, update, delete and query data programmatically. You can export your data as CSV or KML too.
Visualize it instantly
See the data on a map or as a chart immediately. Filter for more selective visualizations.
Publish your visualization on other web properties
Now that you've got that nice map or chart of your data, you can embed it in a web page or blog post. Or send a link by email or IM. It will always display the latest data values from your table and helps you communicate your story more easily.
Two tables are better than one!
Merge your data with other people's data
Does someone else have different data about the same entities you do? Whether it's countries or caterpillar specimens, tables of data owned by different people can be merged virtually in Fusion Tables to see all information in one place.
Always up to date
When any base data table is updated, the merged table will show the latest value too.
Share only what you want to
Need to keep some of your dataset private? Publish a subset of rows or columns that stays up-to-date with the original table, but has its own share permissions.
Build on public data sets
Some data owners have selected to make their data public. Search for and look at these data sets or call them via the Fusion Tables API. You can merge with another person's public KML boundaries to make a custom intensity map, merge a flag image data set to make your map bubbles more colorful, and much more.
Keep track of who owns what
Fusion Tables helps you keep track of where data is from. During import or at any time, you can specify attribution for the data. The attribution will appear even when your data is merged into other tables.
Make a map in minutes
Turn location tables into maps
Points, lines, polygons, customer addresses, placenames, countries and more can be mapped in minutes with Fusion Tables. Columns with location data are automatically interpreted.
Find the story in your data
Apply colors or icons based on your data. Make an intensity map for countries, states or provinces. Use KML polygons to make custom intensity maps. Display thousands of trails at one time. It's easy to turn a datafile into a map that tells the story visually.
Share that map!
Embed it in a blog, send collaborators a link, save it as a KML file to view in Google Earth, or even take advantage of Fusion Tables to host your dynamic KML link so collaborators will always see the latest mapped data.
Try our tutorials!
Host data online - and stay in control
Fusion Tables is like an online file format
Want to make data available? Link to your data hosted in Fusion Tables and your website's users can see the data without downloading it. They can explore ways to map, chart, calculate on or even search the data. They can apply filters and download just the subset that's useful to them. Or you can prevent export - it's up to you.
Always distribute the most correct version of your data
Enable use without creating hundreds of copies of your data sitting around on hard drives. When data is hosted in Fusion Tables, viewers will always see the latest version. Charts or maps they've made will automatically update when you improve your dataset.
Need to attract developers? Offer an API on your data, instantly
When your data is hosted in Fusion Tables, it's immediately enabled with an API that you can give developers permission to use. And whenever we write tutorials or add new API capabilities, your data gets the benefit automatically, without requiring tech staff attention by your organization.
- Fusion Tables is an experimental application from Google Research