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Learn Excel Visually – Excel Intermediate Formulae




Learn Excel Visually – Excel Intermediate Formulae

  • Length: 68 pages
  • Edition: 1
  • Publication Date: 2022-04-07

The ‘Learn Excel Visually’ Journey

I’m not exaggerating when I say that Excel is the most important computer software program today.

Excel is relevant for all aspects of a business and honestly, it’s not hard to learn. Excel is a robust program but spreadsheets created by users are often fragile. Have you ever used Excel, submitted it and something was wrong, a slipped formulae or mistyped number? I know I have, countless times!

Apparently even smart people can have trouble mastering Excel! To be fair, you can’t track where the data came from, there is no quick way to follow the flow of data in a spreadsheet, mistakes are easy to make, but they are also easy to fix – the success of a spreadsheet is in the design and documentation.

The Learn Excel Visually journey is here to take you through the functions and usability of Excel. take the steps to invest in yourself and develop your Excel skills; it will make you much more marketable to your current and future employer or business. Capture data efficiently, cleanse it, analyse it meaningfully and present it with visual oomph. In short, take this journey in order to champion your skills and increase your value.

Learn Excel Visually – Excel Intermediate Formulae (Data Analysis)

Learn complex formulae to query and explore your data proficiently.

Data analysis is the process of developing answers from data. Ideally the data collection process was rigorous, complete and accurate and you have high quality data, however this is not always the case, therefore keep in mind when analysing the data that it may contain gaps or inconsistencies.

In my previous ebook ‘Learn Excel Visually – Excel Intermediate Formulae – Data Tidying’ I talk about data cleansing and take you through the process.

Now we’re ready to take the next steps. We want to be able to manipulate the data in order to start understanding the messages contained within. This exploration might require additional data cleaning or requests for data, but that’s ok; the process of collection, cleanse, analysis, interpretation and presentation is often an iterative process. To be successful in carrying out this process it does not necessarily mean providing the right answer first time, but being able to understand and give insight as to why that answer is what it is. A fluid process which allows you to revisit the data again and again is the key.

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