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Aug
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
8
comment Export CSV from a Google Spreadsheet page from command-line
There is googlecl project that seems to be doing something like what I need, but that still needs more research.
Jan
8
asked Export CSV from a Google Spreadsheet page from command-line
Mar
14
comment Alternatives for Google Reader (with Android synchronizing)
NB: it is non-free.
Feb
17
awarded  Commentator
Feb
17
comment How to plot time series graph with categories in Google Spreadheets?
Thank you, Jacob!
Feb
17
comment How to plot time series graph with categories in Google Spreadheets?
Did you look into it?
Feb
12
comment How to plot time series graph with categories in Google Spreadheets?
Maybe some scripting?
Feb
10
awarded  Promoter
Feb
10
comment How to plot time series graph with categories in Google Spreadheets?
Unfortunately, no.
Jan
28
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
17
awarded  Scholar
Dec
17
accepted Sum until empty line function in Google Spreadsheet
Dec
12
comment Sum until empty line function in Google Spreadsheet
Aha, that was for ImportXML. Not sure if that trick will work here. Will try. It was something like =ImportXML("http://example.com/data.xml&t="&System!B1; "/foo/@bar") and =year(now())&"-"&month(now())&"-"&day(now())&"-"&hour(now())&":"&minute(now()) in &System!B1;
Dec
12
awarded  Critic
Dec
12
comment Sum until empty line function in Google Spreadsheet
I remember using a workaround for a cache problem somewhere. I think I referenced a field that contained a current timestamp...
Dec
12
comment Sum until empty line function in Google Spreadsheet
It would be significantly less readable (for a certain kind of datasets), IMO.
Dec
12
asked Sum until empty line function in Google Spreadsheet
May
22
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
28
comment How to collate data in Google Spreadsheets?
Sorry, but I re-read your answer several times, and failed to understand what are you talking about. Can you please explain things more carefully?