Dynamic charts and graphs on your web site
August 27th, 2008 by Tom Johnson

A new Web 2.0 tool came across our desk today.  Widgenie supplies a basic, but effective way to quickly get some elementary dataviz images up on your page(s).  Note, however, if you go to the demo page there will be three or four different links for tutorials.  They are all the same content.  Lets hope these guys give us more riches soon.  In the meantime, “MrExcel” gives a slightly richer tutorial on his site here.

Widgenie empowers everyone, from bloggers to business people, to
quickly visualize data and share it in many different ways. Now you can
publish data in the places you already know and love, places like
iGoogle, Facebook, WordPress, and even your own website. We combine all
the power of an enterprise-level business intelligence platform and
provide it in a convenient Web 2.0 widget.

It's simple to get started, all you need is the Internet, a browser and an understanding of your needs. Are you:

  • A blogger who wants to make their latest poll data pop right off the page?
  • A marketing rep who needs to share sales figures without waiting for IT?
  • A Sales manager who wants his team to update their own client data?
  • A soccer coach who needs an easier way to display the most recent stats?

If so, then widgenie is the service for you. With just a quick rub of
the lamp, all your data can easily be visualized and shared with
everyone who needs it. Best of all, you can do it all by yourself! And it's free!

Plug In. Data, data everywhere

Widgenie makes it easy to create a widget out of any data including:

  • Excel spreadsheets
  • CSV files
  • Data feeds from our data partners learn more

one-click upload process makes it easy to upload your data to our
service. Once the data is here, widgenie allows you to customize your
data to only display the columns and fields you want to see. Best of
all, when your data changes, it's easy to re-upload your data so all of
your widgets will have the latest information in real-time.

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