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  • http://twitter.com/eiderv Eider Vasconcelos

    Chris, this is awesome man. More and more I want to use tools that I can manage without paying 4.95 or $100 a month for a reporting tool. I like to work with my OWN stuff. This is simply awesome!! Excel was always the reporting tool, and still is for a majority of companies.
    Ya´ll are doing an amazing job in sharing the knowledge at SEER. Thanks!

  • http://www.scoutzie.com/?utm_source=disqus&utm_medium=display_name&utm_campaign=disqus_display Kirill Zubovsky

    Competitor analysis with simple Excel tools. Hm.. I like that !

  • Bogdan Chertes

    Hi, I’ve followed the steps: installed DataNitro, went to the tab and imported the functions.py file but no joy when I type =facebook_likes(A2), actually the function doesn’t appear in the auto-suggest list either… Seems you’re running Excel 2007, right?

  • ChristopherMills

    I’m guessing this won’t work on a Mac, right?

  • Corey

    Pretty sweet. I’m a fan. Good stuff Chris.

  • http://www.samuellavoie.com/ Samuel Lavoie

    Damn it…from DataNitro FAQ’S :
    It works with Windows 7, Vista, and XP.
    We don’t plan to support Mac OS X or Linux.

  • ChristopherMills

    @slavoie:disqus Dang! VMWare it is :/

  • ticketsca

    simple, easy, helpful
    thanks

  • http://financegourmet.com/ Finance Gourmet

    Wow. I had never heard of DataNitro before. Not only does what it do here pretty sweet, I’ve looked around a bit, and it does TONS of stuff. Thanks for the tip.

  • Jay Jaf

    Is this the total likes for the URL’s webpage? For example would using http://www.cnn.com show the total likes for CNN’s FB page?

  • alfred

    real time saver! thanks guys!