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Data Analysis is a critical skill for the 21st century. The ability to collect, process and understand information helps businesses and individuals analyze previous results, predict trends and make well-informed, data-driven decisions.
Data Visualization with Excel
This overview of Data Visualization in Excel is designed for absolute beginners, but can also benefit people who have already been using Excel to create charts. You will learn about the fundamentals of data visualization, how create types of charts in Excel, and tips on how to get the most of the charts you make.
Introduction to Big Data
Big data represents an entire ecosystem of data sets, tools, and applications. This course is intended to get you familiar with the concepts, problem spaces, and overall ecosystem of Big Data.
Introducing Microsoft Excel
Take a quick tour of this popular spreadsheet software.Viewed
A spreadsheet is an electronic document that arranges data in a table by using columns and rows. Among other things, spreadsheets let you store, manipulate, share and analyze data. They're used in business to help make complicated decisions like where to open a new restaurant location, where to build a wind farm, or where to expand a business' marketing efforts. Spreadsheets aren't just for business use either. A household expense spreadsheet can help you determine when you will be able to afford a new car, or take your next trip. In this course, you'll learn the basics of spreadsheets including the parts of a spreadsheet, spreadsheet vocabulary, how to import data, how to make complex calculations, how to reference data in different cells, and how to use spreadsheet functions. You'll also learn best practices for formatting spreadsheets, protecting your data, and more, all using Google Sheets, which is free and very similar to Excel. When you're done you'll have built an entire spreadsheet complete with data, complex functions and formulas and colorful and meaningful formatting.
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