I tried to think of some things you could do with the API which you couldn’t do before. The sample code on GitHub does some things that would be very difficult using Excel, but here are two things which are almost possible:
NOTE: This is not actually true. I couldn’t get actual data for this. sorry.
Brad Hazzard, minister for Health, was responsible for 396 contracts in the third quarter of 2016/17, worth $330 million. The top 5 contractors were
|Sg Fleet Aust||$58,078,206|
|Philips Electronics Australia||$18,141,908|
|Vision Software Solutions||$14,307,485|
|Taylor Construction Group||$10,925,942|
NOTE: This actually is true.
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