Get yourself trained on Fundamentals of Data with this Online Training Fundamentals of Data Manipulation and Visualization in Excel.
Online Training Fundamentals of Data Manipulation and Visualization in Excel
This course seeks to helpbeginning to intermediate users enhance their skills in both the manipulation and visualization of data in Microsoft Excel.The course will focus on key functionalities of the program likeusingformulas and functions, manipulatingdata using sorting, filtering, lookup functionsand Pivot Tables, andvisualizing data using conditional formatting, charts, and Pivot Charts.The 4major content areas of this course are:1) Formulas and Functions2) Fundamental Techniques of Data Manipulation3) Charting and Formatting4) Pivot TablesFor this course, we have hand-selected some of the most important skills needed for business modeling, and we present them to you in a way that leans heavily on realistic business examples.Each lecture video has an exercise in Excel for you to immediatelypractice its techniques within an example business context, complete with solutions and solution walk-through videosfor you to check your work.If you are currently working or seeking a role in finance, accounting, planning, forecasting, procurement, supply chain management, or other business operations functions, and you wish to build the skills needed touse spreadsheets to manipulate data and build models, then this is the course for you!Each of these sections has 20 to 30 minutes ofvideo lecture material. The course has been adapted from an in person training course that was a day long. Including the lecture content and the exercises, it should take about 5-8 hours to complete.
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