Biology Extension for Excel


Here is a screen shot showing one of the options under the Bioinformatics tab on the Excel ribbon menu.
xl screen shot blast services2.png
Excel Add-in: Introduction
Microsoft Research Senior Program Manager Michael Zyskowski introduces this new add-in for Microsoft Excel that gives scientists and researchers the ability to study genomic data, perform assemblies, and access BLAST services all inside Excel.



Excel Add-in: Genomic Intervals
Microsoft Research Senior Program Manager Michael Zyskowski demonstrates how this add-in for Microsoft Excel gives scientists and researchers the ability to study genomic intervals and create Venn diagrams in support of publicating results.

Last edited Dec 17, 2012 at 11:32 PM by Rickbe, version 21

Comments

Residentx10 Jul 19 at 9:27 PM 
You need to check you file. I found one that was labeled bioexcel.msi not Bioexcel.msi and it installed.

Residentx10 Jul 19 at 9:12 PM 
Can you fix this? It won't work in Excel 2013 because it "looks" for either excel 2007 or 2010.