Spreadsheets can be considered to be the world's most successful end-user programming language. Spreadsheet formulas are Turing complete.
A poorly documented spreadsheet erodes effective use. Our workshops help students develop good documentation habits and skills.
Once information is loaded into a spreadsheet, it acquires properties that it may not deserve – a process called reification.
Incorrect use of Excel's NPV function is a common source of spreadsheet errors. We show several pitfalls and ways to avoid them.
Creating a slow spreadsheet is easy. Creating an efficient spreadsheet requires more thought and application of specific techniques.
95% of all spreadsheets contain errors. So, it is almost certain that your spreadsheets are wrong.
Do you document your spreadsheets? We use the FizzBuzz word game to illustrate the importance of documenting your spreadsheets.
Research concludes unanimously that spreadsheet errors are both common and non-trivial. We must seek ways to reduce spreadsheet errors.
We can help you make better spreadsheets: