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Jeff Johnson

Technology Review: Putting the Web in a Spreadsheet - 19 views

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    Vast quantities of data are freely available on the Web, and it can be a potential treasure trove for many businesses--providing they can figure out how to use it effectively. IBM hopes that a new tool, called BigSheets, will help users analyze Web data more easily. The company has developed a test version of the software for the British Library.
Dean Mantz

Interactive Excel Spreadsheets - 23 views

  • Excelets are interactive Excel spreadsheets or simulations of mathematical models.
  • It is assumed that users of this guide are experienced with the use of Excel
Fred Delventhal

Exhibit Transforms Your Spreadsheet into an Interactive Web Page | Smarterware - 0 views

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    Turn a boring old spreadsheet into an interactive web-based map, timeline, or table with some simple HTML using the free, open source Exhibit project. Exhibit takes data sets up to about 500 rows, plots locations on a Google Map, dates on an interactive timeline, and displays images and links in a tabular or thumbnail view. The viewer can sort, search, and filter data in any Exhibit view without reloading the page. You can make Exhibit do all this with a single HTML file and a spreadsheet-no hardcore programming required.
Jeff Johnson

Office 2008 vs. iWork vs. NeoOffice vs. OpenOffice - 0 views

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    One man's opinion: The more I use these, the more I really don't care for iWork. Sure, Keynote makes some darned pretty presentations, but NeoOffice (and OpenOffice for the matter) cuts the mustard quite handily. For real polish, you still can't beat Office 2007/2008, as much as I hate to admit it. What do you think? Oo.org 3.0 looks to rock out loud too. Is iWork irrelevant, or is it just me? Reread the repost below and I'll give this some more thought next week when I'm back from vacation.
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