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Android Lollipop is a HUGE update that sees Google taking its already mature platform several steps further. The Big G has tightened up nearly every element of its mobile platform, refining the look and feel of Android across the board, as well as touching up back-end tools and protocols to make the platform even more efficient.
Dear fellow writers,
What graphical editor can you recommend me to create professional tables particularly for the usage in academic papers and technical reports?
See this example table taken from an academic paper: https://transfer.sh/10QkHY/screenshot.png
- I don't want to write code (for instance LaTeX)
- I don't want to take care of the design but choose from pre-defined layouts
- I want a simple interface allowing me to focus on the core process of entering data into cells, columns and rows.
- Despite that wish for a simple to user interface I want to be able to create complex table layouts if necessary
Thank you for your advice!submitted by orschiro
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