“Hey, George. We have this spreadsheet we use to create our financial models. It is really complex. Some nights when we need to get projections to the CFO the model breaks and we are here until 11pm. It is really complex. (I already heard that, thank you!) Think you can look at it?” Every analyst […]
They say a picture is worth a thousand words… so how many does an animated graph get us? This morning I was working on a research proposal presentation. Essentially, the research aims to develop a way to measure, plot and visualize corporations’ strategic agility. The conceptualization is influenced by the indifference curve in economics: An […]
The blog has been quiet lately because I’ve been busy learning R and Python to complete a research project. And I’ve been missing Excel. But today I found a nice diversion. A Python Magic 8 Ball The best introduction to Python I have found is Al Sweigart’s Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. Get it for free at the […]
That sounds like a cool radio program… but this site is featured, so you know that’s not the case. Feedspot.com has named this site a Top 40 Excel Blog! This is exciting – we are making wakes. This list has some bloggers you might know from the blog, and a few new names. Please, check them […]
What is the purpose of Excel forums and our online communities in general? How can questions and answers be communicated more effectively? What is the future of forums? Oz du Soleil is the host of the Excel on Fire YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/WalrusCandy) and a Microsoft Excel MVP.