Inserting Google Chart Tools Visualizations into WordPress

EDIT: When I wrote this post no plugin existed to create and embed Google Charts within a WordPress blog. I’ve recently been made aware of the ChartBoot for WordPress plugin which seems to do exactly what I needed – although I haven’t looked at the plugin myself at the moment. It might be worth taking […]

Continue reading – How much jargon does your text contain?

My first Google App Engine project went live yesterday. This one deals with estimating the readability of a text when jargon such as acronyms and abbreviations are taken into account. </marketing-bit>As I’ve mentioned before I’m developing a Natural Language Processing system called ScrewTinny (scrutiny) that analyses the language that high-tech vendors use to take their products to […]

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Google Chart Tools, Hmm…

So my plans for how best to visualise the output of ScrewTinny have been changing recently. I’ve looked at using Excel to create charts manually. I’ve looked at Python chart libraries. I’ve looked at Google Docs. But now I think I might have found a winner – Google Chart Tools. I’ve been agonising about how to […]

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