Google Introduces Databoard: An Enhanced Way to Explore Industry Research!

Jul 10, 2013 | 1,800 views | by Navneet Kaushal
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It is essential for individuals to keep themselves updated about the recent development happening in the field related to their work or personal lives. However, it is at times not possible to keep up with the updated data and new studies. 

So, Google has introduced the Databoard for Research Insights, which will let people explore & interact with the recent research by Google in an easy & unique way.

The Databoard has a responsive design that offers engaging experience across various devices. Moreover, Google is placing the tool as a new venture into the data visualization field. It has bite-sized charts and stats, which can be shared with co-workers and friends.

At present, Databoard is an information center for a number of Google's market research studies for businesses but the team believes that the data conveying way can work in all types of research.

Databoard At a Glance

Meant to be Shared

If you come across a compelling piece of data, you would want to share it with your friends, colleagues, or on a social networking site. Databoard will let you share individual charts and insights or even collection of data with everyone through social network or email. 

Easy to Use

Databoard has all the information presented in a bite-sized manner. It will let you find relevant information quickly. You can surf an entire study or move straight to the topics or data you are interested in. Moreover, the Databoard is optimized for all the devices, which include your tablet, smartphone, and computer.

Creating a Cohesive Story

One of the unique features of Databoard is its ability to make a customized Infographic of the data you are looking for through charts or data points. Most of the research materials give answer to a specific set of question, therefore, you have to look across multiple research pieces to create a material that is useful to you. It is easy to create an Infographic through Databoard and share the final product with the people you want to.

At present, there are six research studies included in the Databoard including:

Google will be adding new studies frequently. Click here, to create your own Infographic on Databoard.

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Navneet Kaushal

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