What are the newest datasets in Google Cloud?
Editor’s note: With Google Cloud’s datasets solution, you can access an ever-expanding resource of the newest datasets to support and empower your analyses and ML models, as well as frequently updated best practices on how to get the most out of any of our datasets. We will be regularly updating this blog with new datasets and announcements, so be sure to bookmark this link and check back often.
New dataset: Google Cloud Release Notes
Looking for a new way to access Google Cloud Release Notes besides the docs, the XML feed, and Cloud Console? Check out the Google Cloud Release Notes dataset. With up-to-date release notes for all generally available Google Cloud products, this dataset allows you to use BigQuery to programmatically analyze release notes across all products, exploring security bulletin updates, fixes, changes, and the latest feature releases.
Best practice: Use Google Trends data for common business needs
The Google Trends dataset represents the first time we’re adding Google-owned Search data into Datasets for Google Cloud. The Trends data allows users to measure interest in a particular topic or search term across Google Search, from around the United States, down to the city-level. You can learn more about the dataset here, and check out the Looker dashboard here! These tables are super valuable in their own right, but when you blend them with other actionable data you can unlock whole new areas of opportunity for your team. To learn how to make informed decisions with Google Trends data, keep reading.
New dataset: COVID-19 Vaccination Search Insights
With COVID-19 vaccinations being a topic of interest around the United States, this dataset shows aggregated, anonymized trends in searches related to COVID-19 vaccination and is intended to help public health officials design, target, and evaluate public education campaigns. Check out this interactive dashboard to explore searches for COVID-19 vaccination topics by region.
New dataset: Google Diversity Annual Report 2021
Since 2014, Google has disclosed data on the diversity of its workforce in an effort to bring candid transparency to the challenges technology companies like Google face in recruitment and retention of underrepresented communities. In an effort to make this data more accessible and useful, we've loaded it into BigQuery for the first time ever. To view Google's Diversity Annual Report and learn more, check it out.
New dataset: Google Trends Top 25 Search terms
The most popular and surging Google Search terms are now available in BigQuery as a public dataset. View the Top 25 and Top 25 rising queries from Google Trends from the past 30-days, including 5 years of historical data across the 210 Designated Market Areas (DMAs) in the US. Keep reading.
New dataset: COVID-19 Vaccination Access
With metrics quantifying travel times to COVID-19 vaccination sites, this dataset is intended to help Public Health officials, researchers, and Healthcare Providers to identify areas with insufficient access, deploy interventions, and research these issues. Check out how this data is being used in a number of new tools.
Best practice: Leveraging BigQuery Public Boundaries datasets for geospatial analytics
Geospatial data is a critical component for a comprehensive analytics strategy. Whether you are trying to visualize data using geospatial parameters or do deeper analysis or modeling on customer distribution or proximity, most organizations have some type of geospatial data they would like to use - whether it be customer zipcodes, store locations, or shipping addresses. However, converting geographic data into the correct format for analysis and aggregation at different levels can be difficult. In this post, we’ll walk through some examples of how you can leverage the Google Cloud platform alongside Google Cloud Public Datasets to perform robust analytics on geographic data. Keep reading.
Get the metadata and try BigQuery sandbox
When you’ve learned about many of our datasets and pre-built solutions from across Google, you may be ready to start querying them. Check out the full dataset directory and read all the metadata at g.co/cloud/marketplace-datasets, then dig into the data with our free-to-use BigQuery sandbox account, or $300 in credits with our Google Cloud free trial.