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July 13, 2010

Next Generation of Curating Tools

Daniel Tunkelang has an interesting post about how Freebase Gridworks and Needlebase can be used to curate data. One of the screen casts shows how to use Gridworks to merge similar names using various methods, split multi-valued facets, create new facets, and morph linear scales to log scales as needed.

John Udell demonstrates how useful the combination of GridWorks and the PowerPivot business intelligence add-in for Excel can be in PowerPivot + Gridworks = Wow! 

 

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