How to present on the website

Here you will find infor­ma­tion of how to present results on the web­site as one pos­si­ble fron­tend. Please write as a page (not a post).

You are free to write and upload what­ev­er you like. If you have results with data and ser­vices: won­der­ful. If you have results with oth­er tools or with screen­shots: great. If you would like to share your thoughts on the last days’ expe­ri­ences in writ­ing: fine!

In any case: Please describe your find­ings with enough expla­na­tions that some­one from out­side the group has a good under­stand­ing, what we did.

Embed a spreadsheet on the website

  1. In Google Sheets, just click in the menu the first item “file” and “Pub­lish on website”. 
  2. Click on “Embed”, chose the page you would like to show (or all) and copy the HTML code. 
  3. This code paste into a “cus­tom HTML” block on WordPress.

Embed a diagram from Google Sheets

If you have cre­at­ed a dia­gram from with­in Google Sheets, you can eas­i­ly embed this on Word­Press (how­ev­er this option is not very beautiful):

  1. Mark your data and cre­ate a diagram.
  2. That it blends with the back­ground of the web­site, make sure the dia­gram’s back­ground is set on “no color”.
  3. Click on the top right “Pub­lish dia­gram” and copy the code.
  4. Enter the code in Wort­Press int­to a “Cus­tom HTML” block.

Embed a diagram from Datawrapper

If you have cre­at­ed a dia­gram in Datawrap­per, here is how to embed it in Word­Press (this is the more beau­ti­ful option):

  1. The great thing about Datawrap­per is that you can import tables from Google Sheets by click­ing on “Share” on the top right (see images below).
  2. Paste this link into Datawrapper.
  3. In the last step of the cre­ation of the dia­gram you can pub­lish it and copy the HTML code.
  4. Then paste this code into a “Cus­tom HTML” block in WortPress.

Embed a tweet

  1. Just copy the link to the tweet (bot­tom right, “copy link to tweet”)
  2. Add a block “Twit­ter” and paste the link. Done.