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March 27, 2009

Excel is a powerfull tool for sorting and analyzing data but what if you want to look at your data from another angle. What if you want to see the geographic aspect and understand the trends both over time and geographically? Geocoding your data can be a challenging task and getting it on a map can be even more of a pain. SpatialKey takes the pain out of mapping your excel data and makes it simple to get your data into a map and build engaging reports.

Spreadsheet_to_report_Spatialkey.jpg

I have outlined this process in an article explaining how to take your excel data and get it into SpatialKey

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