Apr 24 2007

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Google spreadsheets (2)

Last June, I blogged about Google’s new web-based spreadsheet application but bemoaned the lack of graphs, etc. The gap has been filled, at least partially. Docs and Spreadsheets now has a charting function – a bit rudimentary compared to Microsoft Excel, but a step forward nonetheless.

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  1. chartAll.com

    If you need more advanced charts (outside the Google spreadsheet as images), you can also use the free online charting service:
    Charts can be created from manually typed data, Google spreadsheets, data linked from url, etc.
    Includes basic charts, XY charts, XYZ 3D charts, Gauges, Geographical (mapping / GIS) charts, financial OHLC, and much more.

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