Wolfram|Alpha Data Intelligence: New in Microsoft

Microsoft has partnered with Wolfram to intelligently add meaning to your data. Identify and auto-fill thousands of data points from hundreds of data types directly in Microsoft Excel. Expertly curated data provides instant interactivity and immediate answers.

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Exploring food data within Excel using Wolfram|Alpha data types

Three Ways We're Bringing Wolfram|Alpha Power to Your Excel Spreadsheet

View expertly curated data from within Excel

Clicking on a Wolfram|Alpha data type displays a card with associated facts, providing all the information you need without leaving Excel.

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Auto-fill thousands of types of data, automatically

Copying a formula by dragging the fill handle auto-populates cells with Wolfram|Alpha's curated data so you can focus on your project, not data entry.

Examples of data types available for specific movies within Excel

Generate rich content and sophisticated spreadsheets

Automatically fetching data at scale means you can build interactive, highly customizable spreadsheets.

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100+ Integrated Data Types

Featured Examples:

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Counting calories doesn't have to be complicated. Wolfram|Alpha has data for thousands of foods and can retrieve nutrition information and daily recommended values.

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Example showing entering specific nutrition information into an Excel spreadsheet
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How to Use Wolfram|Alpha in Excel »

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(Links to individual data types will be added soon)

Art & Media

  • Famous Artwork
  • Books (Notable Texts)
  • Digimon
  • Pokémon
  • Fictional Characters
  • Movies
  • Music Acts
  • Music Albums
  • Musical Instruments
  • Musical Works
  • Institutions & Organizations

  • US Libraries
  • US Private Schools
  • US Public Schools
  • Universities
  • Political Geography

  • Administrative Divisions
  • Cities
  • Countries
  • US District Courts
  • US Neighborhoods
  • US School Districts
  • US Congressional Districts
  • Zip Codes
  • Points of Interest

  • Amusement Parks
  • Amusement Park Rides
  • Airports
  • Bridges
  • Buildings
  • Canals
  • Castles
  • Cemeteries
  • Dams
  • Historical Sites
  • US Mines
  • Museums
  • Nuclear Reactors
  • Nuclear Test Sites
  • Oil Fields
  • Parks
  • Reserve Lands
  • Shipwrecks
  • Tunnels
  • Food & Nutrition

  • Food
  • Branded Food
  • Food Comparisons & Combinations
  • Food Preparation
  • Animals

  • Cat Breeds
  • Cattle Breeds
  • Dog Breeds
  • Goat Breeds
  • Pig Breeds
  • Pigeon Breeds
  • Poultry Breeds
  • Sheep Breeds
  • Life Sciences

  • Anatomical Functions
  • Anatomical Temporal Concepts
  • Animal Anatomical Structures
  • Cognitive Tasks
  • Dinosaurs
  • Neurons
  • Plants
  • Species
  • Health & Medicine

  • Anatomical Structures
  • Diseases
  • ICD-9 Codes
  • ICD-10 Codes
  • Medical Tests
  • Physical Activities
  • Pilates Exercises
  • Yoga Poses
  • Yoga Positions
  • Yoga Props
  • Yoga Sequences
  • Space & Astronomy

  • Observatories & Telescopes
  • Astronomical Radio Sources
  • Comets
  • Constellations
  • Space Probes
  • Exoplanets
  • Galaxies
  • Crewed Space Missions
  • Meteor Showers
  • Minor Planets
  • Neblae
  • Planets
  • Planetary Moons
  • Pulsars
  • Rockets
  • Satellites
  • Solar System Features
  • Stars
  • Star Clusters
  • Supernovae
  • Earth Sciences

  • Atmospheric Layers
  • Impact Craters on Earth
  • Minerals and Materials
  • Physical Geography

  • Beaches
  • Caves
  • Deserts
  • Forests
  • Glaciers
  • Islands
  • Lakes
  • Mountains
  • Oceans
  • Reefs
  • Rivers
  • Undersea Features
  • Volcanoes
  • Waterfalls
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    Chemistry

  • Chemicals
  • Elements
  • Physics

  • Isotopes
  • Particle Accelerators
  • Weather & Meterology

  • Clouds
  • Tropical Storms
  • Technological World

  • Nuclear Explosions
  • How to Use Wolfram|Alpha Data in Excel

    Note: This is available to most Office Insiders and will be available to all Microsoft subscribers in the future.

    1

    Highlight data and click the Automatic button

    Select cells (or columns) and then click the Automatic button accessible via the Data tab in the ribbon. Wolfram|Alpha's natural language understanding capabilities will recognize your data type and prepare associated content.

    GIF showing a card for available properties for a data type from within Excel

    2

    Browse associated data

    Scroll through the menu of available fields and select one to have Wolfram|Alpha automatically insert the associated data into your spreadsheet. Wolfram|Alpha has thousands of expertly curated data types encompassing the sciences, art, culture and more.

    Browse through available data to insert into your Excel spreadsheet

    3

    Automatically get data

    Once a cell is Wolfram|Alpha enabled, you can use Excel formulas to retrieve Wolfram|Alpha-generated content.

    Example showing formulas within Excel

    4

    Browse more information

    Clicking on a Wolfram|Alpha-enhanced cell reveals a card with information relevant to that cell, so you don't need to go outside of Excel to accomplish your project.

    View available data for more information to add to your spreadsheet or for further learning

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