Get yourself trained on Data Analytics with with this Online Training Data Analytics with Excel PivotTables 2016.
Online Training Data Analytics with Excel PivotTables 2016
About this courseThis course will teach you how to do Data analytics with Excel PivotTables 2016. With the help of thiscourse, you willunderstand the concept, various scenariosand types of Business analytics. Along with that you will learn, how to use one of the strongest features of MicrosoftExcel, which is the PivotTables.Target audienceAnyone with no knowledge to a basic knowledgeof Microsoft Excel can take this course and get a thorough understanding of ExcelPivotTables.Course StructureIn this short but effectivecourse, you will understand why Data analyticsis very important in today’s businessto make effective business decision, and how Excel can help you with this.This course takes you through the details of Data analytics and with various examples, helps you understand various aspects where Data analytics plays a vital role. Then you will learn, how you can exploit the power of Excel PivotTables to make your data visually more appealing and easier to analyse. Withastep by step guide andexamples, this course is easy to comprehend and learn.
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