Hands-On With GeoFlow At TechEd 2013 [Video]

GeoFlow is an Excel 2013 ad-on that lets you plot geographic and temporal data visually, analyze that data in 3D and create interactive tours to share with others. It also allows you to convert huge reams of data into an easily digestible and highly customisable form. At TechEd 2013 we were given a personal demonstration by Microsoft managing director for product management, Eron Kelly.

Music: Origami Repetika

You can download a preview version of GeoFlow from Microsoft’s Office website.

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