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Looking Ahead – Extracting Meaning from Data Using Spreadsheets

Social Media Analytics comes in many forms and shapes. Have you considered Google Spreadsheets?
After developing a research plan using the social media using the toolkit, it’s now time to look at all the data. In Week 3, we’ll be examining how statistics can help us answer specific questions and discover actionable insights.
Consider Google Sheets—it is more than just a way to store data in tables. It’s a cloud computing solution that can pull information from anywhere and deliver it on-demand in a variety of formats.
The article 12 Google Add-Ons to Streamline Reporting highlights the present and future potential of Google Sheets, which will be explored in more detail next week when we will look at collecting and analysing social media data with spreadsheets.
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