Analysing Data Trends from Google Trends
Trend analysis is a useful tool for data scientists and marketers looking to track trends in their data.
Google Trends is one such data analysis tool that is based on data gathered by the company.
It allows users to track the number of searches performed on specific keywords in various geographic areas.
As per Google Trends data, India has the largest number of search terms in the world and the country is the top search engine for searches in the Indian market.
The country’s number of keywords has grown rapidly in the past few years.
In January 2017, India was the number one search engine in India for searches of all keywords.
But by December 2017, the country’s search volumes had reached around 1.4 billion, according to Google Trends.
In 2017, Google Trends shows that Indian searches had been rising steadily.
In February 2017, search volumes in India had risen by around 200 per cent from January 2017.
India’s search volume rose by over 500 per cent in the month of February 2017.
In addition, searches for Hindi-language words and phrases such as “Bollywood” and “Indian cuisine” rose by about 50 per cent and 80 per cent respectively.
The search volumes of the top Indian search terms like “Kannada”, “Babes”, “Dhooma” and more are increasing.
These searches have been happening in India since the beginning of the year.
According to data collected by the Indian search engine, Google is currently the number two search engine with more than 1 billion searches.
It was also the number 1 search engine when it was launched in 2014.
The number of users on Google is increasing and the search volume of Google Trends has grown by around 10-15 per cent every month since its launch.
The number of Google searches in India is growing at a healthy pace.
But it is still relatively small.
According to the company, Google searches have increased by only 5 per cent over the past year.
As the search volumes have grown, the number and proportion of searches for the top searches like “Bubble” and other such search terms has also been growing.
This year, Google has also seen an increase in the number searches performed for keywords related to India, which is a good sign.
The Indian search volume has increased from 7.2 billion in March 2017 to 8.5 billion in April 2017.
Google has already seen the rise in searches in terms related to this country in the last two years.