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How do I get my data indexed by Google Dataset Search?

You may want to stop and ask why you should want to be indexed there. Dataset Search seems like a poorly planned effort to try and corner dataset search. Why the push isn't for open linked datasets/...
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Google Trends data at county level

While I don't work for The Post or Google, and thus cannot speak authoritatively, I was at a Google event for top news organizations last year in NYC, and can attest to the fact that -- depending on ...
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What is the value of standardized metadata (e.g. OAI-PMH, LOM, Dublin Core) in the days of search engines?

Meta-data is more important than ever. Google and other search engines created their own meta-data and vocabularies over at http://Schema.org. Google would for example not be able to show you runs ...
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Sentiment search engine

I have actually been working on something very similar; a search engine for restaurants in London. The search engine crawls popular social media platforms (TripAdvisor, Open Table etc.) on a daily ...
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Filtering Wikidata Search

As @StanislavKralin suggested, read the guide (!). Some examples in the context of the question. Supposing that I am looking for itens about "personal data" on Wikidata search box. Try personal data....
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How do I get my data indexed by Google Dataset Search?

The easiest way to make your dataset eligible to be included in Dataset Search results is to upload it to a repository that adheres to metadata standards used by Dataset Search. There are many such ...

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