The Google Fusion Tables API v1 has been deprecated as of May 3rd, 2016. The API will continue to work until August 1st, 2017, and will shut down on that date. A migration guide is available outlining the steps to take to migrate to v2.

Get started

There are lots of ways to get started with Fusion Tables. Dive into sample code, follow a tutorial, or join our community.

Create, update, and delete

Manage your tables and table data with the Fusion Tables API. You can change your table name and add new columns. Have fun jazzing up your visualizations with different styles and templates.

Issue queries

Use SQL-like queries to manage rows of data, obtain specific data from a table, or perform a spatial search.

More APIs for interacting with Fusion Tables

Google Maps JavaScript API

Data that can be mapped in Fusion Tables can also be a layer on a Google Map. Use the Google Maps JavaScript API to embed a FusionTablesLayer within your web application.

Google Charts

Fusion Tables is a data source for Google Chart Tools.