In the field of Environmental Science, Excel can play a significant role. With its unrivalled power in the analysis, processing and visualisation of data.
Excel contains a powerful library of functions that are of great use in science. If needed, we can expand this library by writing code in VBA and dot NET. Saving development time, and hence costs. Solutions built in Excel can be cheaper and better.
At ExcelFrome we have experience with building environmental simulations and modelling in Excel.
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Excel in Environmental Science
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Environmental Monitoring with Excel Environmental data tends to be relevant, to a particular area of the earth surface. Excel can process, manipulate and present spatial data. In ways, that conventional software may not allow. I worked for some years with a National … Continue reading →