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Get embeddable link...
 
Text this live dataZoa Chart to a smart phone...
Email this live dataZoa Chart...
Post this live dataZoa Chart internally to a dZ user...
 
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Need help uploading your data?

Most people copy and paste data from their spreadsheet into the dataZoa upload window to the left.

Click
here
to learn more about DataZoa Upload formats including how to add units, footnotes and other data descriptors.

Click here for some upload examples...

Click one of the sample links below to see examples of common data upload formats (use the Clear Button to clear these examples out of the data upload window).

A simple series...
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Replacing Series while preserving their Series Keys...

You can replace the contents of Series entirely but keep all references in place in your charts and tables.

A common application for this is when you have a spreadsheet of data that you routinely copy and paste into dataZoa.

After you have uploaded the spreadsheet the first time, just use the Workbench to Export the series to a file. The file header will have a row of series keys you can then add to your spreadsheet to use from then on.

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Automate your uploads with the dataZoa API...

With the dataZoa API, you can automate your data transfers. If you have important recurrent updates, your systems can cooperate with dataZoa for enhanced reliability, timeliness and accuracy.
Read
the dataZoa API documentation or download it here.


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dataZoa Orientation Tutorial

dataZoa is...

Your own Datacenter to:
  • Access and monitor over 3 billion dynamic data series from public sites and other dataZoa publishers
  • Upload, store and update your own data series
  • Use this data to feed your own dynamically updating charts and tables
  • Share data privately, e.g., by email address of recipient/subscriber
  • Share data publicly, enabling this data and your site to be found by search engines
  • Embed your charts and tables into your web site, blog or intranet
  • Create and share dZBoards - private or public data dashboards viewable on iPhone, iPad, Android or PCs
  • Follow dataZoa tables and charts you find around the web in your own dataZoa account

1. Connecting to Public Data Series

dataZoa's unique dZ-Dot™ connects to over 3 billion public data series. For example...

   DZ Dots and DZ Dot Menu at a Federal Reserve Site
   DZ Dots at a BLS Data Page
   DZ Dots with ECB Euro area economic and financial data
   DZ Dots on BIS Locational Banking Statistics pages
   DZ Dots at the OECD

Video: Connecting to public data with the dZ-Dot

Video: Pulling data from the EIA.gov with the dZ-Dot

2. Creating dataZoa tables and charts

Create embeddable tables and charts that update automatically with new data

Video: Accessing public data then building a dataZoa table
(Table construction example starts a 6:15 minutes into this video.)

3. Creating and sharing dZBoards

Dynamically updating, one-touch dashboards for your iPhone, iPad, Android, PC and Mac

Video: Creating a dZBoard (6 minutes)

Video: In-Depth Webinar on creating dZBoards (39 minutes)

4. Following dataZoa tables and charts in your own account

Follow tables and charts from dataZoa publishers on your "Following..." tab

5. Connecting to Data from dataZoa Tables

Dynamic data series are directly accessible from dataZoa tables

Three easy ways to access dynamic data from dataZoa tables:

   Hover over the grey DZ-Dot and use the menu
   Directly drag primary series from tables into dataZoa (Video)
   Follow all series in a dataZoa account



6. Get the dZ-Dot browser addon

Click here to get the dZ-Dot add-on for your browser

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