Data Analysis Using Excel
Course: Data Analysis Using Excel
Excel has a rich set of built-in functions to help you analyze your data without having to learn a new program. Whether you need to tackle descriptive statistics, standard deviation, variance, pivot tables, correlation, regression, and more, you can build upon the Excel skills you already have and master new ones in this two-day course.
The benefits for mastering these skills can be enormous, both in your current job and in looking for new opportunities.
For advanced users who have a working knowledge in Excel and need instruction in creating simple statistical calculations and representations. You will work with Excel statistical formulas and charts to display and understand data. Work with PivotTables, descriptive statistics, confidence intervals and the Excel Analysis Toolpak is included. Approximately 75% of this class consists of statistical analysis.
You Will Learn To
- Learn basic Statistics and Pivot tables
- Installing and using Analysis Toolpak
- Find Mean, Mode, Median, Minimum and Maximum values in Excel
- Use more descriptive statistics
- Use Standard Deviation, Variance, Modifying a chart, Histogram, Intervals
- Learn Quantiles, Quartiles, Percentiles and Box Plots in Excel
- Use CrossTabs and Pivot tables efficiently
- Learn Pivot Table Filters and additional features
- Learn to create efficiently a stem and leaf display
- Use Confident intervals.
- Use Correlation and Regression in Excel
Who Should Enroll
Advanced users who have a working knowledge of Excel.
Prerequisite: Advanced experience using Microsoft Excel.
Two Days (9am- 4pm); offered weekdays; Instructor-led.
CPE- 12 CREDIT HOURS
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- Creating a Pivot Table
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- Stem and Leaf Display