Archive for February, 2018

How windy is Wellington? – Using Power Query to gather wind data from web

Published on Feb 22, 2018 in Power BI, Power Query
How windy is Wellington? – Using Power Query to gather wind data from web

Let’s take a whirlwind trip to coolest little capital – Wellington. It is a windy place, so hold on to your hats and spreadsheets.

Almost everyone who spends more than 2 days in Wellington would agree that it is a windy place. But how windy is Welly? In this two part series, we will use Power Query, Excel charts and coffee to answer that question.

But, first let’s start with a joke.

What happens when you throw a boomerang in Frank Kitts Park?

You will have to buy another one, coz you are not getting that one back.

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vlookup(), MATCH() and INDEX() – explained in plain English [spreadcheats]

Published on Feb 10, 2018 in Featured, Learn Excel
vlookup(), MATCH() and INDEX() – explained in plain English [spreadcheats]

VLOOKUP may not make you tall, rich and famous, but learning it can certainly give you wings. It makes you to connect two different tabular lists and saves a ton of time. In my opinion understanding VLOOKUP, INDEX and MATCH worksheet formulas can transform you from normal excel user to a data processing beast. Today, […]

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