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MIT researched new way to build web 2.0 applications in (almost)no time & effort

The people of SIMILE (a subdepartment of the prestigious MIT university) surprise us with exhibit 2.0, a flaming hot new API that allows us to create presentations of virtually anything without the use of traditional databases and and expert knowledge.

Whether you want to plot one million google map[tutorial] markers on a map, or want to display the Nobel prize winners in an elegant scale with Timeline or Timeplot it can all be done easily with their javascript API which allows you to endlessly customize your data as you see fit.

All you need to get started is a set of data either from your Excel sheet or any of the other supported formats: Google spreadsheet, Excel, Bibtext, or Wordpress. Do you need more? just use their handy automated data-conversion tool BABEL.

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[via - Mit & simile]

 

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