Google Fusion Tables is a free service for sharing and visualizing data online. It lets you upload data, share and mark up your data with collaborators, merge data from multiple tables, and create visualizations such as charts and maps. The API lets you update and query your dataset in Fusion Tables programmatically. The API lets you import data from other data sources, whether a text file or a full database.
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Google Fusion Tables is an experimental app that offers a Java library to interact with the REST API. The aim is to avoid the creation of HTTP requests and the parsing of responses. Highlights include calls to the API, OAuth 2.0 authentication, and Google App Engine support. Created to run on Android 1.5+.
The Google Fusion Tables Java Library allows developers to integrate the Google Fusion Tables API into their Java applications. A command line sample is provided to help developers get started with the library.