16178Re: [webanalytics] Re: Data visualization w/ Google Docs
- Mar 26, 2008There are plenty of plugins that do much flashier stuff that excel. I like crystal xcelcius but the cost / benefit may be too prohibitive for some smaller organisations.
There is a chap called Simon Langley who I used to work with who is ace at these sort of things. Suggest those that are interested get in touch via me and he'll be able to help you. (I would post his email address but, havent got permission)
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From: "bryan.cristina" <bryan.cristina@...>
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2008 20:53:34
Subject: [webanalytics] Re: Data visualization w/ Google Docs
How's it compare to regular excel charts, and now that I finally have
it :), Crystal Xcelsius?
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> I just saw a demo of Google's new integration of their gadgets with
> their web-based spreadsheet tool -- very cool! For those interested in
> data visualization, it creates a lot of opportunities.
> "Google on Wednesday unveiled Gadgets for Spreadsheets in Google Docs,
> allowing people to create graphical representations of data in
> spreadsheets and publish them on Web sites.
> For consumers, this means they have a dozen or so new ways to look at
> data in their spreadsheets. Google has put up a gallery of specialty
> gadgets to choose from. They include gadgets to display data on a pie
> chart, map, time chart, funnel chart, Gantt chart, pivot table, and on
> a heat map if it's geographical data. You can even create interactive
> charts like those used by Google Finance and for motion charts.
> These visuals can also be pushed out to appear on an iGoogle home page
> or any other site and they will be dynamically updated as changes are
> made to the spreadsheet."
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