Accessing data in a spreadsheet is really as easy as opening the file. For example, you can access the entire Getting Started dataset by simply clicking on this Google Sheet link.
On the bottom, you'll notice there are two (2) spreadsheet tabs:
Each spreadsheet tab is comprised of columns (vertical), and rows (horizontal). Columns are denoted with letters (e.g. A, B, C, ...), and rows are denoted with numbers (e.g. 1, 2, 3, ...).
Fields are the cells highlighted with a blue background. These are also sometimes referred to as headers. For instance, there are five fields/headers in the Users tab:
- User ID
- Signup Timestamp
- Acquisition Source
- User Account Deleted