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February Links

Two new links with valuable free resources: .net and office automation follies : including many advanced VBA resources.  Thanks to Alfred Vachris for the link. AET VBE Tools : Tools for the Visual Basic editor from Andrew Engwirda (via Daily Dose of … Continue reading

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Two new links

Following the blog theme of using Excel for working with numbers without a $ on the front, I have added to my links: EngineerExcel EngineerExcel.com was founded by Charlie Young. He is a licensed professional engineer with a degree in … Continue reading

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A Loopy Link (and three more)

For some reason Doug Glancy’s Excel Blog has escaped my attention up till now, but having a browse today, I discovered this loopy animation: which would not have been out of place in Douglas Hofstadter’s “I am a Strange Loop” I really … Continue reading

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Solvers, parsers and more

Links to some really useful recently discovered sites: OpenSolver for Excel OpenSolver is an Excel VBA add-in that extends Excel’s built-in Solver with more powerful solvers. It is developed and maintained by Andrew Mason and students at the Engineering Science … Continue reading

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New and updated links

I have just updated my Blogroll, with 9 new links, and a couple of updates: Colin Caprani’s site is now back on-line I have updated the link to Jon Peltier’s blog dataprose.org was the source of many of the new links, … Continue reading

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Links on Lists, and other things.

Daily Dose of Excel recently had a post on interacting with List Objects from VBA.  Since I make very little use of Lists (or Tables as they are now known in Excel, but not VBA), I thought I’d have a search … Continue reading

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New Links: Scientific Python and Engineering Excel

The previous post had a link to Cyrille Rossant which is worth a closer look.  The blog has many detailed posts on scientific applications of Python, as well as links to Galry: a high performance interactive visualization package in Python and his … Continue reading

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