October 13

Dashboards For Excel Book – Jordan Goldmeier & Chandoo

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Dashboards for Excel, written by two Excel MVPs, is all about teaching you how to build interactive and fast dashboards and data visualizations with Microsoft Excel! But more than that, the book is a journey into thinking about and using Excel differently to create robust data applications rivaling those of the big vendors.

At a time when so many think Excel is not as good as expensive software, the book is more important than ever: it empowers you to build your own custom data products rather than spending money acquiring a large solution nobody needs.

Read Dashboards for Excel and you’ll be building custom dashboards and data visualizations in no time!


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  • The idea of this book freaks me out. With Jordan and Chandoo teamed up, I might end up falling through a small seam in the space-time continuum.

  • Amazon finally shipped! Just got the hard copy today. A little disappointed the book is not in color. Actually, quite a bit disappointed. Hardly an effective explanation of how to employ color when all the graphics are in gray-scale…. Fortunately, the pdf is in full color (for the extra $5 from Apress…..)

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