Advanced Table Filtering in Excel: Using Regular Expressions and Schematiq to Filter Data

December 18, 2017 | Marcus Nielsen
Have you ever been frustrated by the limitations of Excel's FIND function, and wished that you could use regular expressions (regex) in Excel? Or perhaps you've just been looking for a better way to filter your data table using a text column? In this blog, we'll show how Schematiq can help, by bringing the power of regex to your Excel spreadsheets. Read More

tbl.Filter: An Introduction to Filtering With Schematiq

December 12, 2017 | Marcus Nielsen
Filtering is undoubtedly one of the most important tools available to an Excel user. Starting from an unruly mess of data, with just a few clicks you can hone in on exactly the items you want, hiding all the unnecessary information and leaving you free to concentrate on the things that really matter. Read More

Filtering Schematiq Tables in Excel: allBut Settled

December 07, 2017 | Marcus Nielsen
For anyone who works with large datasets, filtering is indispensable. When you are starting from a huge number of data rows, in order to draw any meaningful conclusions you need to carefully decide which items are useful (and should be included), and which are irrelevant. Read More

VLOOKUP – Thinking outside the box with Schematiq

December 01, 2017 | Kevin Crooks
VLOOKUP is a widely used Excel function. It is commonly found occupying entire columns of a spreadsheet, having been entered in that very first cell and copied down. In addition to the performance penalty that such spreadsheets pay, if the formula has been mis-copied, it can be difficult to see these errors. Schematiq offers a concise and efficient alternative to VLOOKUP, that applies to all rows of your table with a single formula. Sounds too good to be true? Read More