VeryViz for Data, Spreadsheets & Analytics
DID YOU KNOW – “NEARLY 9 OUT
OF 10 SPREADSHEETS (88%)
CONTAIN ERRORS” – SALESFORCE
It is this issue that VeryViz aims to address with expert advice and a suite of innovative software solutions.
Spreadsheet Data Analysis Tools
Microsoft Excel is a powerful data analysis tool in its own right. With a wide range of Excel add-ins available from the Microsoft Office website and many 3rd party publishers, you can make your spreadsheets even more useful.
Read our post on Excel Add-Ins for Data Analysis.
EQUS for Data Integrity
EQUS stands for Enhancing the Quality and Usability of Spreadsheets. With so many spreadsheets containing (often costly) errors, EQUS is a new tool developed by Sheffield Hallam University and Learning Light Ltd to help people visualize, check and understand their formulae.
Spreadsheet Tips & Advice
Expert advice on using spreadsheets effectively to organise, visualize, analyse and understand your data. We’ll include tips and tricks for using popular desktop and cloud-based software and databases, including Microsoft Excel, SQL and Google Sheets.
Read our post on Excel Tips & Tricks from some of the best blogs and websites.
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