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Spreadsheets in Space

My side interest in information aesthetics is present in my work, both professional and personal. I’ve received many comments on how clean and clear my analysis charts, reports, and spreadsheet work can be so I though I would share some of my Eve related spreadsheet work to inspire people.

Here are screenshots from depreciated spreadsheets that I used for industrial production, speculation, and fuel estimations before switching to a custom web-based solution that my partner, Raath, created.

My design goal has always been to use small type-face Arial text that is boxed and columned with important information highlighted in primary colors or shaded in gradients to denote best to worst status. Some of these sheets are old with broken formulas or outdated build requirements. Pay more attention to the organization rather than to the numerical content.

Ammo

Ammo

Compression

Compression

Copy BPOs

Copy BPOs

Copy Capital BPOs

Copy Capital BPOs

Freighter Construction

Freighter Construction

Jump Freighter Construction

Jump Freighter Construction

Margins

Margins

POS Fuel

POS Fuel

POS Fuel Blocks

POS Fuel Blocks

Procurer Speculation

Procurer Speculation

Ship Construction

Ship Construction

T3 Construction

T3 Subsystem Construction

T3 Hull Construction

T3 Hull Construction

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11 Comments on “Spreadsheets in Space”

  1. Man, enough Spreadsheets there to make my eyes bleed looking at numbers.

  2. Holy jesus, your spreadsheets kick ass compared to my pitiful Miner II/Strip Miner II invention spreadsheets

  3. MASS_PRODUCER says:

    How did you determine what subsystems to build? The annoying thin about subsystems is that you might up with an unprofitable blueprint after reverse engineering

  4. tt says:

    where do you extract BPC requirements of mineral/components? I did similar my self, extracting for t2 rig bpcs, but it took me awhile to do it. I can’t imagine doing it for all type of bpcs so maybe there is some special easy way?

  5. lamthara says:

    math porn at its best…

    at least i’m not the only one who makes these things 😀

  6. Karel says:

    Intresting altho how do you come at a price of 116 m for a Anshar BPC ?

  7. Bede says:

    your obelisk bpc prices are out of date, freighters are going for 150-200 mill per bpc

  8. Rock Z says:

    That’s really nice thing, I was a newbie from China EVE server. I got some ISK from FW, but now the retribution comes, I want to go for invention and manufactures, I really appreciate if you can share your spreadsheet to me then I can make changes for myself, your partner’s website was crazy good but not suit for our situation. Thanks in advance.

  9. shockin779 says:

    Blake, I was wondering if there was anyway you could share these amazing spreadsheets with me as I can update them. I noticed you put a lot of time and effort into these, and they are by far some of the most advanced and elegant spreadsheets I have seen. Please let me know if you are willing to share these.
    Much appreciated,
    Thanks

  10. Eleftherios Papastamatakis says:

    Hi,

    upon searching some more information about eve construction spreadsheets i stumbled upon your blog. First of all congratulations for a very well built and refreshing blog. You do not see many of them out there nowdays. Is there any chance you could share your spreadsheets?

    Regards,
    Lef


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