What is Google Correlate? Google Correlate is like Google Trends in reverse. With Google Trends, you type in a query and get back a series of its frequency (over time, or in each US state). With Google Correlate, you enter a data series (the target) and get back queries whose frequency follows a similar pattern. Correlated Queries When you upload a data set (a time series, for instance), Google Correlate will compute the Pearson Correlation Coefficient (r) between your time series and the frequency time series for every query in our database.
For example, say your data set was a sine wave from 2003-2010, so that 0.0 is the summer solstice and 1.0 is the winter solstice. This could be generated in Excel using the SIN or COS function. To get your data into Google Correlate, you have two main options: We’ll use the copy/paste technique here. 0.9483 alpine touring. Russian Search Engine - Yandex. Drugs & Crime - ChartsBin.com. National Map. Bing. Wolfram. Tumblow - The Tumblr Search Engine. Global - Find search engines from across the world with Search Engine Colossus. Search Engine- Quality links from multipe search engines. Startpage Search Engine.
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