About Parth Acharya
Data Analyst | Social Media Evangelist | Film Maker

12 Responses to Brand New Excel Add-in: Data Explorer (And How to: Social Media Analytics)

  1. sairakesh says:

    informative read…

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  3. gleedan says:

    For me, this is not how informative I was getting for this post of Mr. Parth. The important I have get is the knowledge for the add-ons of excel. That was really amazing.

  4. 8G says:

    can you Query multiple Fans and append only new posts with some automated scripts?

    • Yes, it is possible to query multiple fans. And I do not believe you can append only new posts with some automated scripts, however you can refresh the query with a single click and download all the updated data with new posts.

  5. Dave says:

    Thank you so much! Can’t wait to give this a go! could save us thousands in social tools!

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  7. Martin says:

    Hi, I’ve been doing this for a couple of months, and all of the sudden the company’s profile I’m doing this for is giving me a limit size=1000 error. Have you got this sometime? did you fix it? really appreciate if you can help. THanks!!

    • Hi Martin – yes, I have got that error sometimes, especially when I try to pull ‘feed’ or ‘posts’ from business pages. To tackle this error, I add ‘limit’ and ‘until’ parameter to the query. I should update the blog to throw light on this error and its solution. Thanks.

      • Martin says:

        Thanks for your reply! Meantime, would you share the details, so I can tackle it out myself and deliver the info to the client? Thanks a Lot !!!

      • There… updated! – Let me know if the described solution does not work for you.

      • Martin says:

        Fantastic!! it works like a charm. There is this little matter of the records limit… in my case, is 200… So I think I’ll be doing a little programming, or just copypasting and editing the formula to get what I need (2nd half 2013 from a major bank). but it’s far better than copy/paste the contents from Fb directly, and far more insightful!!!

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