Archive for February, 2009
Michael Anderson, a web designer has posted this delicious looking visual resume. While the resume looks stunning at a glance, a closer inspection reveals that you cant really make any valuable conclusions about Michael’s past experience and qualifications. Of course if the purpose of this resume is to show that he is a fabulous designer, then the resume definitely achieved that.
What is your opinion on this type of resume data visualizations ?
Learn how you can write your own twitter client using Excel. All it takes is excel, internet connection and 5 minutes of spare time.Continue »
Today we will learn how to make an employee satisfaction survey and consolidate the data using excel.Continue »
Use Excel Pivot tables to find and extract unique items in your data. This method is very fast and easily scalable.Continue »
Here is a list of 5 best posts from Jan 2009. Automatically Insert Time Stamps in Excel [12 comments], Excel Formula Wish list [25 comments], 6 ways to stack your column charts [17 comments], Hide worksheet tabs in excel [14 comments], 100 Excel Tips & Resources [10 comments]Continue »
Remember the PHD Excel Formula Helper Tool? Good, now it is available as an e-book, so that you can take a print out of all the formulas or save it on your disk and learn formulas at leisure.
For 5 $ you can buy this e-book and read it at your leisure.Continue »