Authors: Daniel Ballinger, Robert Biddle, James Noble, Elvis Software Design Research Group ~
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Spreadsheets are an extremely common form of end-user programming used for many applications from student marks to accounting for global multinationals. Ways of studying the structure of a spreadsheet itself is normally constrained to the tools provided in the spreadsheet software. We wanted to explore ways to use new visualisations for spreadsheets, and this paper documents our approach.