DATA ANALYTICS WITH EXCEL

This Course teaches you how to Gain proficiency with Microsoft Excel and related Excel capabilities to produce superior reports and analyses of your data.
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Why Take This Course?

With this course,By using one of Microsoft Excel's most well-liked features, pivot tables, you'll learn how to conduct data analysis. You'll observe the effectiveness of Excel pivots in action and learn how they may summarise data in a variety of ways, allowing for speedy data exploration to yield insightful conclusions from your collected data.

Hands-on Practical

This program is designed to hold you by the hand and show you the most effective ways to go about studying data, instruct you on how to use professional tools and complex datasets, and help you develop the fundamental data skills and knowledge.

DATA ANALYTICS WITH EXCEL COURSE OUTLINE

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Data Illustration

You'll learn about visual elements like charts, graphs, and maps to evaluate vast volumes of data and make data-driven decisions.
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Data Cleaning

You'll learn about the removal of blank spaces, inaccurate information, and stale data in a congested dataset.
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Pivot tables

Learn an interactive technique to quickly summarize vast data with a pivot table and proper analysis of Data in a User friendly way.
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Excel conditional formatting

Get trained on how to quickly apply formatting such as colors, icon bars & data bars to various cell depending on cell values.
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Excel Functions

You'll be able to Learn the faster, effective, up-to- date excel functions for mathematical, statistical, logical operations for vast data analysis.
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Validation Of Data

Learn features that allow you to control the type of data entered into your worksheet. Limit data entries to a selection that is only needed by you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do all HTML tags come in a pair?

No, there are single HTML tags that do not need a closing tag. Examples are the <img> tag and <br> tags.

What are some of the common lists that can be used when designing a page?

You can insert any or a combination of the following list types:
– ordered list
– unordered list
– definition list
– menu list
– directory list
Each of this list types makes use of a different tag set to compose

How do you create links to sections within the same page?

Links can be created using the <a> tag, with referencing through the use of the number (#) symbol. For example, you can have one line as <a href=”#topmost”>BACK TO TOP</a>, which would result in the words “BACK TO TOP” appearing on the webpage and links to a bookmark named topmost. You then create a separate tag command like <a name=”topmost”> somewhere on the top of the same webpage so that the user will be linked to that spot when he clicked on “BACK TO TOP”.

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