I would like to see the weekly Billboard album charts for the period 1965-1969. Is this data available online? [more inside]
Are there any websites or programs that can read and export MS Project .mpp files that are more affordable and just as capable as MS Project? Failing that, what's a good online website that can achieve the same effect of building the chart for the customer and maybe even allowing them to collaborate with us on it? We're a small company whose customers often like to see and modify MS Project files at the beginning of a project. Project is expensive and locked to one computer per license, and I don't feel like installing it on lots of computers here when most of the users will use it maybe 1% of the time. Plus, none of us know how to fully extract all the value from this expensive software to justify it. I'd like a solution more tailored to our small needs that still will satisfy our customers. I'm also open to other project management solutions as detailed below. [more inside]
So I take it that the OkTrends blog was killed off after Match bought OkCupid. Where can I now get my regular fix of really interesting statistics presented at a level that the lay person can understand? (I already know about Nate Silver and xkcd's What If.)
You want to create a web dashboard with some pretty charts based on data in an existing MySQL database. What do you use? [more inside]
Looking for a simple economic history chart to make a simple point. An hour on google images has failed me; can the hive mind help out? [more inside]
Asking for a colleague: "Back in October 2008, I found a free online app that uploaded data from Excel and produced (very pretty) charts and graphs. Unfortunately, I didn’t keep track of the website, and I’m having trouble tracking it down again. Most of the free graphing apps I’ve found online today require that you manually input the data; I’m looking for something that will more easily upload a set of data from Excel."
As a result of my method for saving money, I've ended up with a huge excel spreadsheet for the last 4 years detailing how much I've put in and taken out of my savings account. The problem is that although I've taken time to record all this information, I've now realised that I'm not sure what I can actually do with it. Do you have any ideas? [more inside]
Can you help me change the color on part of a chart in Excel 2010? [more inside]
Better-looking scatterplot using data from an OpenOffice calc spreadsheet? [more inside]
How does Apple calculate the iTunes App Store charts? [more inside]
PowerpointN00Bfilter: How do I use the graphing functions in PP and Excel to simply display 2 columns showing two different values of x% of something? [more inside]
Can you help me turn this data into a graph that looks like this in Excel 2007. The chart is from SPSS, but the formatting is awful and you can only export the file in picture format. Thank you.
Excel charting help: Help me analyze sales stats based on salesperson tenure. [more inside]