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Executive Sponsor in Government Relations
Visualizations are cool. Building a nice chart with MS Excel is easy, but then re-using that chart on the web is a pain. With Statpedia you can easily take your Excel data and create an interactive chart. No uploading and downloading; No programming needed.
Before Whatagraph, I didn't regularly check on the KPIs set up on Google Analytics or Facebook. Firstly, the raw data is messy and everywhere. Secondly, all the data is separated into different platforms. Whatagraph helped me leverage all the data that I...
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Consultant in Management Consulting
It takes a lot to get me to create yet another account these days, but Statpedia is looking like a lot and then some.
Whatagraph doesn't pull in all the information I need, it doesn't have the option for certain data I need. There have occasionally been inconsistencies between what it pulls in, and what the social media platform says.
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