While most people think of spreadsheets as just a way to look at rectangular data and make some data visualizations, it does have the power to provide unique ways to interact with data that isn't as easy to do in Python, SQL, or R.

For an example, check out the layout below introducing a binomial model for options pricing.

It allows the learner to interact with the standard rectangular format of data at the topic, but then to also visualize a binomial tree by looking from left to right and tracing the tree. At DataCamp, we encourage you to experiment with other formats of your data that can help learners better understand ideas.

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