PolicyMap is a geographic information system which allows you to leverage 4000 market and demographic data types to create custom maps, tables, and charts.
|Popular Baby Names|
A Google maps mash-up with popular given-name data from all around the world. Parents can use the map to find the perfect baby name, not too popular, not too obscure, just right.
ReaderMeter displays author statistics based on readership data obtained from Mendeley. It also shows readership breakdown for individual publications and offers a JSON interface to its contents.
|Self Referential Tumblr|
The first Self-Referential Tumblr. Your page accesses are our posts. A mashup of Tumblr and Clicky.
Interactive graphics and statistics.
|GoogleVisualization, GoogleSpreadsheets, GoogleChart|
|Statr for Flickr|
Statr for Flickr allows you to track and plot page views statistics for your Flickr account. Graphs are automatically updated on a daily basis and can be linked from external websites.
Statsr gives you access to extended flickr stats, without 28 days limitation, and detailled stats about your groups , contacts, visitors, referers.
Sports stats via Twitter. Follow the teams you want, and interact with each account to get team and player stats.
Visualize the differences in average list prices and search popularity for any city or county in the US. Enter any two cities or counties and a graph showing the popularity will display.
Tracks interesting statistics about Twitter users, including their average tweets per day, common keywords they tweet about, social participation ratio and more.
Monitor Twitter for tweets linking to your domains (or competitor's domains). Add URLs and monitor people posting tweets to these URLs in real-time.
|Twittsdaq Twitter Profile Statistics|
One stop shop for Twitter Profile statistics. Tracking Followers, Influence, Tag Clouds and Popularity on the Twitter platform.
|TwitterCounter, Twitter, Klout|
|UK Economic Indicators Dashboard|
Create a personalised dashboard of line charts to keep an eye on the UK economy. The page uses a PHP script to scrape time-series data CSVs from the Office for National Statistics website each day and add them to a MySQL database. Two more PHP scripts provide data to the page in JSON format.
|US Crime Statistics|
A widget that compares states on crime rates for different types of crimes. Data is from fbi.gov.
Graphically illustrates how Congress awarded earmarks in 2005 by agency, state and organization, as well as a searchable database of the earmarks and their recipients. Java applet built by the Sunlight Foundation with IBM Many Eyes visualization tools.
|Who Clicks My Links|
Find out who clicks the bit.ly links that you tweet.
|Twitter, GoogleAppEngine, Bit.ly|
Powered by the Google Fusion Tables API, this service visually displays world statistics on a map. Statistics include: Population, GDP, and currency unit.
|YouTube Top Video Data|
Stats and summaries of the top videos on YouTube, by day, week, and month. Also, read a mashup tutorial on the How I Built It page.