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Beyond spreadsheets: Imagining the data journalism workflow of the future
The spreadsheet was a great innovation —in 1979 — but there’s so much that spreadsheets don’t do. Today we’re happy to announce Workbench, our next generation data journalism platform. Try out these demos to see how it works. via Pocket
analysis  excel  metadata  tools 
november 2018 by kintopp
Excel vs R: A Brief Introduction to R
Quantitative research often begins with the humble process of counting. Historical documents are never as plentiful as a historian would wish, but counting words, material objects, court cases, etc. can lead to a better understanding of the sources and the subject under study. via Pocket
excel  learn  statistics 
october 2017 by kintopp
Excel is threatening the quality of research data — Data Packages are here to help – Open Knowledge International Blog
This week the Frictionless Data team at Open Knowledge International will be speaking at the International Digital Curation Conference #idcc17 on making research data quality visible. via Pocket
datasets  excel 
march 2017 by kintopp
Pinboard: bookmarks for dsalo tagged 'excel+horrorstories'
RSS dsalo + excel + horrorstories 10 [close] select: none ‧ this page no items selected mark as read ‧ unread ‧ add stars ‧ remove stars ‧ delete tag: add or remove tag THIS IS BOILERPLATE confirm ‧ cancel Gene name errors are widespread in the scientific literature | G via Pocket
excel 
september 2016 by kintopp
Creating simple graphs with Excel's Pivot Tables and Tate's artist data - Open Objects
I’ve been playing with Tate’s collections data while preparing for a workshop on data visualisation. On the day I’ll probably use Google Fusion Tables as an example, but I always like to be prepared so I’ve prepared a short exercise for creating simple graphs in Excel as an alternative. via Pocket
excel  howto  learn 
april 2015 by kintopp

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