Feb 112011
 

LGFAYS:http://Trends.Google.com , http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Trends

  1. LGFB60: Overview
    1. LGFB17: An outstanding service where Google shares & graphs a lot of the trends can can be seen from the search queries they get.
    2. LGFB3D: Comprehensive, covers most any search term of any commonality.
    3. LGFB4I: Something I’ve seen other smart people use, such as searching for “jQuery” by its maker perhaps in this video.
    4. LGFB55: Something designers & leaders & anyone making a choice should likely check out.
  2. LGF3C4: Worth note, unobvious:
    1. LGF3DB: only lets you compare 1to 5 terms at a time (separated by commas)
      1. LGFDOW: When comparing multiple terms,
        1. LGFDRH: Max Compare LGFDRH: Maximum popularity (magnitude) difference which is immediately comparable:
        2. LGFDPT: any terms that are less than ~1/100th of the popularity of the other terms compared will be simly listed as 0 popularity.
    2. LGF3DS: if any term has search volume, you WON’T get q[- do not have enough search volume to show graphs.]q, so then you can check up to 5 terms at once for search volume.
    3. LGFAVV: q[ CSV with relative scaling CSV with fixed scaling]q are actual tab-separated, not comma separated.
    4. LGFAUL:CSV with relative scaling” is scaled the same as the displayed graph.
    5. LGFYLO: see Getting the raw “# of searches” (or any absolute scale) from http://Trends.Google.com results
  3. LGFYME: Category[Trends.Google.com LGFYME] – this ID
    1. LGFZEV: For things relating to http://Trends.Google.com (Google Trends)
    2. LGFYNZ: Parent[Google product LG5I7A]
    3. LGFYOL: Subcategory[(definition LG5DEF) of (Trends.Google.com LGFYME) LGFYOL]
    4. LGFZ9Z: Added these to http://2.LoveRules.Info/category
  4. LGFZH2: End of On http://Trends.Google.com (Google Trends)