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Say you have a spreadsheet with entries with multiple values but you need each entry to have only one value, how do you automate reformatting in Excel?
You could automate, but might be faster just to use the following technique.1) Make sure your tag column is the rightmost column (no data after it)2) Select the column3) Hit CTRL+F to open up the "find" dialog box'47) Choose the "replace" tab in the dialog box5) Enter ", " in the top box and "," in the lower box. Hit the replace button until there are no more replacements. This trims out any leading spaces you might have, but won't remove spaces between multi-word tags.6) Find the "Text to Columns" command. In Excel 2010 it is in the Data tab.7) Choose "delimited and then "comma" as the delimiter in the wizard that comes up.8) After this you should have your original column with the first value, and additional columns with each tag that exists.9) Turn on autofilter for all the columns10) Select all the rows11) Copy and paste to a new sheet (this is optional, you can do it in place, but I think it is easier to keep things straight this way12) Sort by the second column of tags13) Select any rows with no data14) delete them15) delete the first column of data16) repeat steps ten through 15 until all the data has been pasted to the other sheet.17) Delete any columns to the right of the first column with a tag in it.You should now have a sheet with a row for each unique tag for each original row.It probably took me more time to write this than it would take to do it.
In a perfect world, 100% of the money donated would go to program costs (IRS lingo for the money spent directly on the goals of the charity. There are a couple of reasons this doesn't happen. I can speak most directly to the fundraising I coordinate.People don't, of their own accord, tend to donate. There are certainly people who seek out causes and give money without requiring solicitation, but they are in the minority, and tend to give to causes that have a personal resonance. Your mother died of brain cancer? You may donate to brain cancer research without requiring prompting. However, for most causes, the public must be educated and solicited in order to donate. This costs money to do.Beyond that, modern donors have grown to expect premiums and other encouragements in return for their generosity. Personally, I blame public television for this. About half of the money we raise comes in the form of $12 donations, which entitles the donor to a calendar as a premium. The calendars cost money to print and more money to ship to conventions we fundraise at, or to directly mail to the donor. We also offer pins for $5 donations that get the donor discounts at participating convention vendors. The buttons also cost money to print.Although most of the Fund volunteers pay their own way to conventions, we occasionally help out with travel costs when someone who isn't a high-income person is going to travel a great distance specifically to help man a table. It isn't a huge amount, but it could be 5% of the funds we raise that weekend.At the end of the day, we pass on around 85-90% of the funds placed into our hands to our partner causes. Once they get it, most of it goes directly to program costs, but like us, they have their own fundraising expenses that trim some off the top as well.You could argue that our partners could cut out our overhead if our donors donated directly to them, but for the reasons I mentioned above, they would still end up incurring the same overhead expenses we did. We're essentially an unsolicited donor to them, so it's money they don't have to work to fundraise.What you want to look out for (and reading the form 990s is a good place to start) is the ratio of executive compensation and outside fundraising expenses to program expenses. It's not a huge red flag if the CEO of a large national charity makes six figures, this is a full-time job for them involving a lot of travel and the requirements to dress well and smooze with wealthy donors, play golf, etc. That's the realities of getting large donations. But if the charity only spent 500K on program costs, and they have 400K in executive compensation, or spent 200K to outside firms to fundraise, that's a big warning sign in my mind.
Kintera: How can I capture past campaign contributions (currently in a spreadsheet) with sufficient  data to allow them to be tracked by year and reports to be generated for an  individual donor ?  I do not want to double count donations made online and I need to reconcile donations against pledges.
Do the donations for the relief funds actually reach the person who really needs it?
I think this will answer the question quite well. This is a petition written by a Nepalese website Khumbule.com » Bringing Together Nepali & Tibetan Communities! and addresses the international aid organizations.To: International aid organisations, foreign governments and individual donors.Dear Sir/Madam,Subject: Suggestion on effective disaster relief fund mobilisation.Sir/MadamWith reference to the subject matter above, I am writing on behalf of all Nepalese people. Nepal, a poor Himalayan nation, is grieving its worst natural disaster in last eight decades. The monster 7.8 richter scale earthquake that hit the nation on 25th of April has put millions of people in very vulnerable condition. People in and around the quake affected areas are in desperate need of help. Any sort of help from clean drinking water, food, shelter to medicine. And the list goes on. We have seen the entire world has come together to get the much- needed relief to the victims. However, relief has not and will not get to the needy ones unless there is a reliable and trustworthy distribution channel. People CAN NOT and DO NOT trust the corrupt government officials, Political parties( all of them) and even public service workers. Who have a extremely bad public image due to their involvement in corruption. They have built enormous wealth for themselves via corruption while pushing the country in to ever increasing debt. There is no transparency on government expenditure. Which facilitates these corrupt officials to funnel the nation’s budget as well as foreign aid budget to fund their luxury lifestyle. We can blame the corrupt agencies and officials as much as we like but general public’s ignorance to corruption issue and their resistance to change their leaders is also a major contributing factor.I do not believe this is the right time to start a blame game but in this very difficult time, every well spent dollar can save lives. Having said that, my only request is that PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE do not ever hand over the humanitarian and disaster relief supplies and cash to the Nepalese government agencies. Disaster relief fund as well as other logistic supplies will make a huge impact if they are distributed through International aid agencies. This is the only way that will guarantee every dollar and every item donated will get to those who needed it the most. Nepalese history shows that hardly any corrupt person gets penalised for his or her wrong doing. In fact they have been protected by the government officials due to their vested interest. Which means they will never learn a lesson. But we can definitely learn a lesson or two and make a wise decision to NOT hand over the aid supplies and budget to them.I would like to thank you all on behalf of all Nepalese people for your kindness and generosity during this difficult time.Thank youYour’s Faithfully,www.khumbule.comSo, to answer your question, you should send in the funds and the relief supplies through a proper channel. If you are donating through charity, ensure that the organization is NOT handing over the amount/relief supplies to the Nepalese Government. You have to choose a proper and a trustworthy channel so that the aid reaches the victims and does not end up in the hands of corrupt middle men.
I am using Tableau and need to plot a map on it using a spreadsheet. In the spreadsheet, I have two columns "type" and "zip codes". Type has two values (A & B) and for each of the type value, there are numerous zip codes. I have to color code the pins of both the types on a single map in Tableau. What should I do?
If I understand your situation correctly, Tableau will place the marker/pin at the center point of each zip code. Thus, you will have overlapping marks. If you need to see all the marks at the same time, you'll have to do a workaround, re-jiggering the lat/long values. If you only need to see markers/pins for one "type" value at a time, just add type as a filter to show/hide, as necessary.