- Viz!on 統計Excel應用軟體
介紹Experience the insight that comes from linking and animating views of your Excel data. Viz!on [“vision”] adds modern data exploration and visualization tools to your spreadsheet so you can easily explore your data to discover patterns, relationships, and even the occasional error. If you are a beginning user, Viz!on guides you through views of your data, suggesting things to look at along the way and providing expert guidance to aid understanding. The more experienced user can link directly to the tools and views of specific interest.
If you are a beginning user, Viz!on guides you through views of your data, suggesting things to look at along the way and providing expert guidance to aid understanding. The more experienced user can link directly to the tools and views of specific interest.
Dynamically Linked Views of Your Data
Viz!on provides plots and tables that move, change, update, and link to visualize your data and take you beyond what is possible with standard spreadsheet graphics or statistics add-ins. This add-in is for any Excel user who wants to understand the values in a spreadsheet. Viz!on reveals patterns and relationships in greater depth. Dynamic graphics display your spreadsheet in entirely new ways, but always with intuitive views and natural tools.
A Good Fit for Any Kind of Spreadsheet Data
You can visualize any values — sales, financial, scientific, engineering data — with any mixture of numbers and names. Viz!on works quickly and comfortably with any spreadsheet that fits in Excel — even those extremely large spreadsheets. The program makes no assumptions at all about your spreadsheet. It just shows you your spreadsheet in new ways and offers to guide you through views appropriate to your data.
Make the Most of What You Know
Visualizations are most useful when you understand the background of your spreadsheet. Viz!on may, for example, reveal a row of your spreadsheet that seems not to fit with the others. But it is your knowledge of the spreadsheet's meaning that will enable you to determine whether you have discovered an error to be corrected or an unexpected new fact.