MashMaker: Mashups for the Masses Rob Ennals Intel Research Berkeley Minos Garofalakis firstname.lastname@example.org Yahoo Research email@example.com Categories and Subject Descriptors: H.4.3 [Information Systems Applications]: Information Browsers General Terms: Management, Design, Human Factors, Languages Keywords: Mashup, web, end-users. Info Toggle Search Box Search Results 1. INTRODUCTION Properties Property Children Arg Formula Selected Widget Properties View MashMaker is an interactive tool for editing, querying, manipulating, and visualizing live semi-structured data. MashMaker borrows ideas from word processors, web browsers, and spreadsheets. Like a word processor, MashMaker allows ad-hoc, unstructured editing of data. Like a web browser, MashMaker encourages users to nd information by exploring, rather than by writing queries. Like a spreadsheet, MashMaker allows users to mix computed values with their data, including editing live (i.e., continuously-updated) data assembled through the web and/or user queries. MashMaker represents a novel paradigm for the ad-hoc exploration and management of diverse, heterogeneous collections of live data, that draws on the design principles of more natural software tools (like web browsers and spreadsheets) and simple scripting languages, rather than formal database models, schemas, and queries. The goal of MashMaker is to allow non-expert users to easily create their own mashups based on
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