Now you can have a new statistics answer feature in Google search results. This feature will be pulled out from public data, as the Google Blog Explains. For an example, we have given the details about Unemployment rate of California in a chart, based on data by the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics with a bit next to it reading “11.5% of the labor force – Not seasonally adjusted – Mar 2009”. If we want a bigger chart, we can click through a bigger chart, which lets us choose other US states to compare with California.
Here is another example about the population in California, but he onebox didn’t always show the results. The sources of Google say, the data in this first launch represents just a small fraction of all the interesting public data available on the web.