Further to our post last week about the Google Chart API, here’s more Google related visualisation fun.
Google now serves graphs directly in the search results for algebraic functions (like the one below – click on it to see it in Google).
The graphs have nice little features like the ability to zoom and pan, and hovering your mouse over the graph will give you the values of the x and y coordinates.
Nothing more than a fancy graphics calculator masquerading as a search engine? Perhaps, but we all need a fancy graphics calculator from time-to-time don’t we?