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Introduction to Data Analysis using Excel

Introduction to Data Analysis using Excel

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The ability to analyze data is a powerful skill that helps you make better decisions. Microsoft Excel is one of the top tools for data analysis and the built–in pivot tables are arguably the most popular analytic tool. In this course, you will learn how to perform data analysis using Excel’s most popular features. You will learn how to create pivot tables from a range with rows and columns in Excel. You will see the power of Excel pivots in action and their ability to summarize data in flexible ways, enabling quick exploration of data and producing valuable insights from the accumulated data. Pivots are used in many different industries by millions of users who share the goal of reporting the performance of companies and organizations. In addition, Excel formulas can be used to aggregate data to create meaningful reports. To complement, pivot charts and slicers can be used together to visualize data and create easy to use dashboards. You should have a basic understanding of creating formulas and how cells are referenced by rows and columns within Excel to take this course. If required, you can can find many help topics on Excel at the Microsoft Office Support Site. You are …

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Dany Hoter is a solutions architect with DataRails, a startup company that adds enterprise abilities to Excel. He has been involved with business intelligence (BI), Excel, and BI in Excel since 1998. Previously, he worked for Microsoft as a Program Manager in the Excel team. Dany is very passionate about educating Excel users and is happy to connect on LinkedIn.

Specification: Introduction to Data Analysis using Excel

Duration 12 hours
Year 2020
Level Beginner
Certificate Yes
Quizzes No

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    Anonymous

    I’ve completed this course and enjoyed it. It’s a very good course to started with for Excel. It’s easy to follow and I managed to gain better fundamentals for Excel.

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    Misa Charvatova

    It is for people who has never seen Excel before (just little exaggeration). The lector doesn’t use any shortcuts so he can’t recommend them… He just types everything and it takes ages… There is no added value to Excel documentation or help pages…

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    Tania Liranzo

    Good job developing this introductory course. It helps you to get familiarized with Pivot Tables at a good rythm. Some of the quiz that had formulas were a little far from some of the lessons but you need to read the complementary material. I recommend this course.

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    Daniel Rowe

    A good introduction to the use of pivot tables and their broad functionality. Some prior knowledge of basic excel formulas is recommended.

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    Eltayeb Mohamed Elmahadi Bala

    I’ve managed to avoid pivot tables while working extensively with excel for 6 years.

    Finally, I’ve mustered enough curiosity to take a Microsoft Excel course and it is worth every dollar I paid and more, returning more value and quality than price.

    All the best

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