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Google Correlate

September 6, 2011

For some time, we ran a popular series on TGR called "Trends" -- you can see 'em all right here. We used Google Trends and Google Insight to uncover interesting behavioral relationships. Now Google has gone and stolen our thunder, releasing Google Correlate to the world. Google Correlate lets you directly compare the search histories […]

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Thursday trends are extraordinary and non-recurring

July 16, 2009

Our accounting teacher used to say we paid too much attention to the income statement and not enough to the cash flow statement and balance sheet. Lies! Today's trend shows the opposite is clearly true... I confess - if you view "cash flow statement" instead of "cash flow" you get a very different result. That […]

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Thursday trends are learning slowly

June 18, 2009

Peeple mispel werds. Cheers, R A live view of this trend is available here.

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Thursday trends are one day late

May 22, 2009

Google search data reveals an (un)surprising truth about Christmas dinners.

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Thursday trends are trying to cover

May 7, 2009

I recently stumbled on a strange cyclical pattern for the word "spread", as you can see here: Why would there be such a pattern?  I believe the reason has to do with the football season, which begins in September and ends in early February.  Football is the most bet on sport, and the most common […]

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