Excel Links of the Week [Sep 29]
Time for sharing another round of excel related articles around the web.
List of all data visualization and analysis excel add-ins, The list includes some of the really useful add-ins. Handy bookmark if you work with data visualization alot and need to know where to find good stuff to add to your excel capabilities.
Designing a chart when you have lots of data, This is a common problem we all face. Often we have lots of data (in this case household income distribution data from 1967 to 2005) and we try to come up with *ONE* chart to show all of it along with our insights. This works in some rare cases, most of the time resulting in chart mess. Xlcubed has done some analysis of a simple problem and tries to propose an alternative.
Excel Chart Adviser by Microsoft Excel chart adviser is a free add-in to excel. Once added it would show up as button on your ribbon / toolbar UI and suggest charting alternatives for your data. Read what Scott Ruble, a program manager on the MS Excel team has to say about this.
Simple Check List with Excel – I used to maintain a spreadsheet with things to do during my MBA days. Especially when things are crazy bad I used have 10-20 undone items. These days I just don’t do that much (or am I doing stuff really fast ?) But you might find Andrew’s simple checklist using excel very useful.
That is all. Welcome to a brand new week of excel excitement. If you want to find more interesting excel links, browse our shared excel links archives. 🙂
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