Hi Office International Community members,
Did you ever want to measure wind speed from an anemometer? Or model the impact of the brain colliding with the skull? Even determine the electroconductivity of a solution? Excel’s Data Streamer Add-In supports capturing, visualizing and analysing real-time sensor data in Excel spreadsheets.
Data Streamer provides students with a simple way to bring data from the physical world in and out of Excel’s powerful digital canvas. With a sensor connected to a microcontroller that is attached to Excel, students will be introducted to the emerging worlds of data science and the internet of things.
Data Streamer is available for free to all Office 365 subscribers in 97 languages and we are having a competition for the month of July 2019 to get your views on the translations used and user experience of the Excel Data Streamer add-in in your language. Please watch this video and click here to see how to enable the Excel Data Stream add-in.
At aka.ms/data-streamer you can see how education partners are using Data Streamer with content already created for you. There is development information on creating your own workbooks, and connecting to Microcontrollers on this docs collection aka.ms/data-streamer-developer. The content is only available in English at this time.
Just follow the instructions below to enter our competition and be in with a chance to win 1 of 3 Amazon vouchers to the value of $100.
How to enter...
Tell us what you think of the Microsoft Excel Data Streamer Add-in by clicking “Start a new conversation” in the Competition space of the Office International Community. Provide your feedback with some details and then click “post”. Of course, the more details you can share, the better! Please give us:
We’ll be giving away three prizes:
Please also invite your friends or colleagues who are interesting or using this feature to participate and share the competition on social media! Please also read the official rules attached before entering!
Should you enter best of luck and thanks in advance to everyone who participates!
Note: If you are Japanese and want to see these instructions in your language you can find them in this post.
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