New Article: Data Analysis with Microsoft Access

Most of the articles I’ve written on Microsoft Access have been about designing database applications that are meant for regular use.  One of the strengths of Access, however, is its ability to import and link to data from different sources.  Excel does this too but with Access you can go on to query and report on the data in ways that Excel doesn’t readily provide.  This can come in handy as part of an application but it’s also useful for quick analysis of new information.  I found a new example of this the other day when I was looking over the website statistics for Drewslair.com …

Read more in –  “Crunching the Data:  Data Analysis with Microsoft Access