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TotalSheets

A powerful spreadsheet app in your browser 📊

TotalSheets is a platform that offers you all the tools you need to create a fully functional online spreadsheet. Similar to Google Sheets in concept, but with the intention to give a greater control to owners over the appearance of their published spreadsheets.

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Coda is a new type of document that blends the flexibility of documents, the power of spreadsheets, and the utility of apps into a single new canvas.

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Shamit Khemka
Shamit Khemka- M.D. - SynapseIndia
It's a web development platform for macOS. It will certainly rise up in the market.
Al Chen
Al Chen- Maker, Excel user, Coda evangelist
Allows you to build docs as powerful as apps.
David Grills
David Grills- Educator
I've been using it for a week, and Coda has opened a new world for me. I am making with Coda what I couldn't find in purpose built apps. It's great.
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The Verge
When Shishir Mehrotra worked at YouTube, he was struck by the relatively pedestrian tools that kept the site running. Mehrotra, who served as the company's head of product until he left in 2014, managed his team largely using a combination of Google Docs and Sheets.
TechCrunch
When you open a Google doc or a spreadsheet, you get a blank spreadsheet and some documentation as to what you can do with it - and that's pretty much where we've been for quite some time.
Mashable
A startup came out of three years in stealth Thursday with a simple goal: Make documents better. Called Coda, the startup has the ambitious goal of making a "doc as powerful as an app," reads the company's Medium post on the launch.
Product Hunt
After 3 years in stealth, Coda launched their "Excel killer" to the world.
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Turn Google Spreadsheet into API

Sheetsu is the simplest backend for startups from Google Spreadsheets and hosting from Google Drive

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Costantin
Costantin- I made Analytic.me and AbTest.io 📈
You can upload the csv to a google sheets and let Sheetsu do the rest
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Make Tech Easier
Nicholas Godwin 23rd Nov 2017 Internet Google Sheets add-ons go beyond rows and columns. You can use extensions to express mathematical formulas in graphs, build apps, develop APIs, craw up coordinates on maps, build machine learning tools for predictive analysis, and much more.
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Human workforce and AI plugged into your Google Spreadsheets

Magic Spreadsheet is the best way to automatically gather information from the web into a google sheet, using a real-time human workforce boosted by AI engines

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Startups
As a startup reviewer, not a week goes by when I'm not introduced to a new solution intent on burying the spreadsheet forever. Like weeds, however, spreadsheets...
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The best data & APIs for business in a spreadsheet

dashdash is the spreadsheet with the best data and APIs for business.

It's the easiest way to access online services and build automated tools using the spreadsheet skills you already have.

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Emanuel Pinho
Emanuel Pinho
Nowadays the web is rich in content and services we can get and use to improve our tasks. However, just programmers and technical people are able to get that data. With dashdash we make use of spreadsheets to collect data from api's just the way you know. Dashdash gives you, as spreadsheet's user, the power you need to create web apps.
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Medium
The web is rich in services you can use (IF you're a programmer). dashdash makes data and APIs simple.
VentureBeat
Dashdash, an under-the-radar startup that's setting out to "democratize" web app creation through the use of basic spreadsheet skills, has raised $8 million in a series A round of funding led by Accel, with participation from Cherry Ventures, Atlantic Labs, and various angel investors.
TechCrunch
Sometimes I think of spreadsheets as the dirty secret of the IT world today. We've seen a huge explosion in the number of productivity tools on the market tailored to help workers with different aspects of doing their job and organising their information, in part to keep them from simply dump...
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We'll turn your spreadsheet into a custom online database

I Hate My Spreadsheet is a new campaign from the makers of Fieldbook. We've noticed that many people love the advanced features of Fieldbook, but don't know how to reorganize their spreadsheet to take advantage of them. So we're offering to take anyone's ugly, frustrating spreadsheet and turn it into a tidy, delightful Fieldbook database—for free.

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Medium
Maybe you, like many people, have a love/hate relationship with your spreadsheet. It runs your business (or your team, or your school) and you're in it every day. But it's big, complicated, hard to search, and full of duplicate data. And it's only getting worse.
12 Alternatives to I Hate My Spreadsheet

Camelot is a Python Library to extract tabular data from PDFs.

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SocialCops
Update: As this blog explains, getting data out of PDFs is a nightmare, even with tools like PDFTables and Tabula. To solve this problem, we created and released Camelot, an open-source Python library and command-line tool that makes it easy for anyone to extract data tables trapped inside PDF files.
SocialCops
A PDF file defines instructions to place characters (and other components) at precise x,y coordinates relative to the bottom-left corner of the page. Words are simulated by placing some characters closer than others. Similarly, spaces are simulated by placing words relatively far apart. How are tables simulated then?
Ycombinator
Many people don't realise the general weird disconnect in PDFs between real content and what you see on the screen that makes it hard to recover source data. In extreme cases you have subset fonts with glyphs ordered completely differently from how they are in the original and no mapping back to the character they represent.
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A web interface to extract data tables from PDFs

Excalibur is a web interface to extract tabular data from PDFs.

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An open-source tool to extract tables from PDFs into Excels - Vinayak Mehta
I have also published this post on Hacker Noon. Borrowing the first three paragraphs from my previous blog post since they perfectly explain why extracting tables from PDFs is hard. The PDF ( Portable Document Format) was born out of The Camelot Project to create "a universal way to communicate documents across a wide variety of machine configurations, opera… See more
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Excel in the cloud

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Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia
Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia- Founder of Product School
If you're a startup and implementing OKRs for the first time, it may be wise to keep things simple at first. Before you invest in technology that automates the process for you, stay close to the ground and keep everything pretty low-tech for a time. This will help you get a feel for how it actually works, so that by the time you streamline everything you wil… See more
Iván Enríquez
Iván Enríquez- Forms, Data, Workflows
We are a Lean Startup so when we tried to implement the OKR's at our company We started in very MVP mode. We started with a Sheet of Google Drive and commenting results in feedback's meeting with the document. At that moment the OKR Methodology didn't work
Ender Bonnet
Ender Bonnet- Developer, TiD
Todas las utilidades de la herramienta de escritorio pero en la web y con un sistema de colaboración en tiempo real muy pulido.
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