Tag Archives: javascript

Google Visualization API – external datasources

You can now wire-in external datasources to Google’s Visualization API (see announcement). Previously, you had to populate the various UI widgets from Javascript or from Google-hosted datasources (such as spreadsheets). Their examples page shows some of the possible visualizations. My favourite are the Motion Charts, based on work acquired from the wonderful GapMinder project.

OpenSocial schema extraction: via Javascript to RDF/OWL

OpenSocial’s API reference describes a number of classes (‘Person’, ‘Name’, ‘Email’, ‘Phone’, ‘Url’, ‘Organization’, ‘Address’, ‘Message’, ‘Activity’, ‘MediaItem’, ‘Activity’, …), each of which has various properties whose values are either strings, references to instances of other classes, or enumerations. I’d like to make them usable beyond the confines of OpenSocial, so I’m making an RDF/OWL [...]