[LINK] Bizarre lameness in Microsoft Excel 2002

Jon Seymour jon.seymour at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 09:44:08 AEDT 2008

In my case, I am doing some adhoc performance analysis. I could do a
lot of what I want with SQL and some of it better, but I don't really
have a better way to do adhoc charting for visualisation purposes than
a spreadsheet.



On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 9:30 AM, Ivan Trundle <ivan at itrundle.com> wrote:
> On 06/11/2008, at 7:13 AM, Craig Sanders wrote:
>> ps: is a spreadsheet really the most appropriate tool for working with
>> large amounts of tabular data like that?  wouldn't a database be
>> better?
> The data that I work with comes OUT of a database (and all of the
> heavy lifting is done there): it's what clients want as output for
> their own purposes that becomes the bother.
> iT
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