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Excel is one of most widely used softwares to interact with digital spreadsheets. It is part of the Microsoft Office suite. Beyond entering and editing data, it provides formulas for calculation and doing statistics.

While Excel is a paid tool, there are free alternatives such as Google Sheets and open source alternatives, such as Open Office and Libre Office.

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Projects that use this tool  
30 Days of Rejection Therapy, A 30 Day Trial of the Slow Carb Diet, A Reversed Calendar, Analyzing My Weight and Sleep, Brain Optimization, Cholesterol and My Gut Microbiome, Decisions and Experimentation in the Quantified Self, Dreaming in Numbers, Feedback and awareness: form Paleo to creativity, Financial Tracking, Fit 50s, Sound 60s, For me doing is a form of knowing: triggering my actions with data, Goalmap: All Your Life Goals In One Place, Hacking Habits, High-Frequency Blood Glucose Testing, How Much Does it Cost Me To Choose Organic/Local Food?, Improving Time Management, Landmines & Zombies, Learning From Excuses, Life Logging: Using Spreadsheets, Logging My Beer, Managing My Time with A Dashboard View, Managing Type 1 Diabetes, My Numbers Sucked But I Made This Baby Anyway, My Spreadsheet from Hell, Parkinson's Tracking Update, Quantified Awesome, Quantified Curiosity, Quantifying Seat Time, Rhythmanalysis, Self-Monitoring and Cancer Survivorship, Sleep Patterns, Solving A Food Allergy Mystery, Tales of Weight Tracking, The Enlightened Consumer, The Great Book Project of 2013, The Weight of Things Lost, Tracking Baby Milestones: Surprising Results Of Bringing Data To Parenting, Tracking my Parkinson's, Tracking my baby's sleep, Using Self Tracking to Exercise More Efficiently, What Causes My Heart Rhythm Disorder, What If My Life Was The Economy Of A Small Country?, Work-Life Balance
Self researchers who used this tool  
Richard Sprague Mark Moschel, Dan Dascalescu, Danielle Roberts, Kouris Kalligas, Ken Snyder, Richard Sprague, Ian Eslick, Damien Catani, Marco van Heerde, Rose Delgado, Maria Benet, Denis Harscoat, Damien Catani, Mark Leavitt, Gary Wolf, Cara Mae Cirignano, Ryan Floyd, Chris Bartley, Valerie Lanard, Phil von Stade, Clair Samuel, Eric Mann, Alex Collins, Whitney Erin Boesel, Kathryn McCurdy, Kevin Krejci, Sacha Chua, Amy Robinson, Mark Leavitt, Kiel Gilleade, Ian Clements, Laurie Frick, Suzanne Lueder, Lisa Betts-LaCroix, Natty Hoffman, Kendra Albert, Kaiton Williams, Morgan Friedman, Kevin Krejci, Yasmin Lucero, Laila Zemrani, Mark Drangsholt, Lillian Karabaic, Laurie Dillon-Schalk
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