Google launched Fusion Tables almost nine years ago as a research project in Google Labs, later evolving into an experimental product. For a long time, it was one of the few free tools for easily visualizing large datasets, especially on a map. Since then, Google has developed several alternatives, providing deeper experiences in more specialized domains.
- Learn about alternative tools
Several new Google tools have been developed over the years, and you can visit the Help Center to learn which ones fit your use-case.
- Download your data
Filter by “type:table” to pull up a list of your tables in Google Drive. Download data from an individual table by following these instructions. If you have a lot of tables, download all your data in one step via Google Takeout.