>, Andy Burns said:
> It doesn't look like something you'd use *instead* of Access, it looks
> like it's a way to visualise data that you have in Access/SQL/whatever.
I played with the two week trial version and already hate it but I do want
to thank you as it does seem to be something that takes the data and does
graphs and projections so it's not a db program like access.
It's more like Excel.
So I loaded an Excel spreadsheet I had into it and output graphs &
But I didn't see the graphs & histograms as being any better than what
Excel already does.
And worse, there was no easy way I could find to get the results back into
powerpoint or word.
I had to save them as dumb GIFs for example which didn't work for the world
map which had a number for each country in the Excel spreadsheet.
The only thing I saw in the entire program that did something that Excel
doesn't do was it populated a world map with data from an Excel spreadsheet
but that was the only thing that I could find that couldn't be done in
So I hope it's dead on arrival.
Is there a way to get Excel to populate a world map given a spreadsheet
with every country and a value for every country (such as population or