In the latest wave of analytics tools for real estate, Google has announced a new version of Logistic Regression, which it says will make it easier for investors to make the right investments.
The big difference between the old version and the new Logistic is that it now allows users to specify how the data should be acquired and stored.
In a blog post, Google says it is expanding the scope of the product to include “real estate transaction data, such as real estate price, availability, and occupancy data.”
This data is now accessible from “any browser on the device,” as well as from “Google Docs, and other popular web-based document storage systems.”
The company says it will make its products available in “major web and mobile browsers” by the end of the year.
As with most of the new analytics tools, the new version comes in two flavors: one for the developer, and another for the enterprise.
Google has created a separate Logistic Analytics Developer Edition to enable developers to build on existing data sources and provide their own custom tools.
This new version also provides developers access to the enterprise version, which includes the ability to export data to other platforms.
While the company says that this new version provides a more streamlined experience for developers, it’s still not an ideal choice for large-scale data collection and storage.
That said, the company does say that it will continue to improve the experience for enterprise customers, so the next version of the tools will likely add more features for the general user.
Google says that while Logistic Analyzer will be available on its own in the coming weeks, it is also available for use in the existing Google Analytics platform.
The company also says that users can create custom Analytics apps for the Google Analytics suite of products, which is available to developers.
The next version, Google Analytics Enterprise Edition, is expected to launch in the next few weeks.