Radar Chart in Excel

Radar Chart in Excel

A radar chart is a graphic representation using lines placed on axes that diverge from the center of the chart. A radar chart is very useful for visualizing performance analysis or survey data, that involves comparing multiple properties side by side. The radar chart...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWeb 6.9

Microsoft has recently announced that they will be adding dynamic array formulas into Excel. This functionality is already available for a number of users on the Office 365 platform, but widespread release should be coming soon. Dynamic array formulas are the solution...
Iframe Tutorial

Iframe Tutorial

You can use an inline frame (iframe) to embed a web application created with SpreadsheetWEB into your own website. All of the application features will be available in the embedded web application. If you embed a restricted application (Restricted or Restricted with...
Pie Chart in Excel

Pie Chart in Excel

A pie chart is a graphic representation of data on a circle divided into a number of slices. Each slice is drawn proportional in size to represent the contribution of each item to the whole. Note that pie charts can only show single series of data, and are best used...
Localization Tutorial

Localization Tutorial

Almost all text content found throughout designer applications and the Control Panel can be customized for localization or branding purposes. A comprehensive localization requires modifying the language in three sections: within the application, in run-time, and in...
See How an Inspection Tool Can Do Much More as a Web Application

See How an Inspection Tool Can Do Much More as a Web Application

Be it for machinery check-up, workplace safety, or home surveying, inspection applications have one thing in common: capturing as much information as possible about the item or stage being evaluated.   Let’s take a home inspection tool as an example. A home inspection...
Scatter Chart in Excel

Scatter Chart in Excel

A scatter chart is a graphic representation of data by placing a collection of points on Cartesian Coordinates. The position of each point is determined by the value of two variables, one for the x-axis and the other for the y-axis. Scatter charts are useful for...