Continuing the theme of automatically updating charts, we’re going to look at how to make a chart deal with a dynamically changing data range. This is useful for situations where you have multiple measures that each have a different number of independent variables (the variables plotted on our x-axis, which was the month of the … Continue reading HOW TO… Excel: Create a Dynamic Data Range for a Chart
Following on from our last series of HOW TO... Excel, we're going to expand the concepts used to create the dynamic data table and create another sheet for the same workbook that will be the home of an automatically updating chart! Unlike pivot charts, this will be able to update as soon as new data … Continue reading HOW TO… Excel: Create an Automatically Updating Chart
Using Linked Pictures to update my Nintendo Console Dashboard.
I love Nintendo. So, of all the things one can make a Dashboard about, of course I went ahead and created a Dashboard using data about Nintendo's array of home consoles. https://gfycat.com/BigheartedGrimyInexpectatumpleco This was done using Excel - but I'm really interested in working on my Python coding and implementing this into a stand-alone embeddable … Continue reading Nintendo Console Dashboard
This is a follow-up to the last tutorial. Thanks to reddit user /u/small_trunks for noticing my blunder! Unfortunately, 'SUMIFS' couldn't be used on its own to create the dynamic data tables. But don't fret! I have another solution up my sleeve that doesn't rely on volatile functions like 'INDIRECT' and 'OFFSET'! It relies entirely on … Continue reading HOW TO… Excel: Using Index and Match to Create Dynamic Data Tables
This is a continuation of the previous tutorial. Due to the volatility of the INDIRECT function, it may be necessary to avoid using it when trying to create large dashboards which will be handling and outputting large amounts of data. So, we’ll need an alternative in these cases. One of the ways this can be … Continue reading HOW TO… Excel: Using SUMIFS to Create a Dynamic Data Table
Creating a full and cohesive user experience in an Excel based dashboard can be really difficult if you don't know where to start. Often, the easiest way to approach the situation will be to utilise Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts, which come with useful tools like slicers to dynamically filter the data with a touch … Continue reading HOW TO… Excel: Create a Dynamic Data Table Using INDIRECT and Combo Boxes