I read that Microsoft have added a Survey option to Skydrive. So I decided it might be nice to find out what Excel versions people are using.
Jan Karel Pieterse
Analyze data with Excel on the web
Microsoft has introduced a new web based capability that extends its Excel Services offering. This new capability provides a limited interactive view of any table in a web page.
An introduction to this service is below. For those interested in additional capabilities and more advanced and useful capabilities see:
For the consumer:
Learn more about Interactive View
Analyze a table in any web page with a dynamic interactive view
For the developer:
Implement the Interactive View feature for 1 table
Implement the Interactive View feature for multiple tables
Improve the formatting and layout of the 'Interactive View' buttons
For a live demo, developer tips, and more, please see http://www.tushar-mehta.com/publish_train/data_visualization/15c%20interactiveview/index.htm
Following up on my previous posts sharing my initial Excel mashups (http://www.dailydoseofexcel.com/archives/2012/01/29/excel-mashup-2/ and http://www.dailydoseofexcel.com/archives/2012/01/25/excel-mashup-1/), this post shares the details of how I created the second mashup. It assumes a basic familiarity with C-style syntax, asynchronous processing, and callback functions.
For a version in a page by itself (i.e., not in a scrollable iframe as below) visit http://www.tushar-mehta.com/publish_train/data_visualization/15a%20Excel%20Mashup.shtml