A Google spokesperson has informed Search Engine Land that the Google Wonder Wheel feature has been taken offline. The spokesperson said that the search tool was removed due to the “initial stage” of the Google site redesign announced earlier this week. The Google Wonder Wheel along with a number of other search refinements were formally introduced at the 2009 Searchology event but actually became available as part of a test a couple of months earlier. Wonder Wheel was used by SEOs, SEMs, and advertisers as a way to visually identify relationships between a search term(s) and related searches using the Google database. As you moved from one set of terms to another results would change.
Data Quality Online has been developed by the Australian Bureau of Statistics as an National Statistical Service initiative to help you find information and guidance on the quality management of data. This website expands upon the ABS Data Quality Framework to provide more information on the uses of the framework to assist in make quality informed decisions.
The Department of Finance and Deregulation, through the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO), works across government to maintain Australia’s position as a leader in the productive application of information and communications technologies to government administration, information and services. AGIMO fosters the efficient and effective use of information and communications technology (ICT) by Australian government departments and agencies. It provides advice, tools, information and services to help Australian government departments and agencies use ICT to improve administration and service delivery – often referred to as e-government. AGIMO also works with governments and other bodies at the local, state, national and international levels to develop and maintain Australia’s position as a world leader in e-government.