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- Take your data analysis skills from ZERO to PRO with Excel Pivot Tables
- Learn how to use Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts to streamline and absolutely revolutionize your workflow in Excel
- Master unique Pivot Table tips, tools and case studies that you won't find in ANY other course, guaranteed
- Explore fun, interactive, and highly effective lessons from a best-selling Excel instructor
- Get LIFETIME access to project files, quizzes, homework exercises, and 1-on-1 expert support
- Test your skills with 10 real-world Pivot Table case studies (weather, shark attacks, wine tastings, burrito ratings, and more!)
- Microsoft Excel 2010-2019 or Office 365 (ideally for PC/Windows)
- Mac users are welcome, but note that the Pivot Table interface varies across platforms
- Basic experience with Excel functionality (charts & formulas a plus!)
Hear why this is one of the TOP-RATED Excel courses on Udemy, and the #1 Excel Pivot Table course:
"This is a great Excel course. You can feel confident putting these skills on your resume, and the lectures are in-depth and easy to follow. I would highly recommend this course to anyone who wants to not just LEARN Excel Pivot Tables, but become a true Pivot Table EXPERT"
"Chris provides clear, detailed explanations and shows how to use Excel Pivot Tables to extract hidden details and facts using raw, real-life data sets in Excel. The quizzes and homework reinforce the lessons and the course layout makes it easy to go back to sections that need revision. This course is exactly what I was looking for to master Excel Pivot Tables. Thanks, Chris!"
"One of the very best Excel classes I've taken - great instructor, awesome production, very comprehensive and exceptionally useful. I have added other Excel and Pivot Table courses from Chris & Maven Analytics and look forward to viewing them as well."
FULL COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Excel Pivot Tables are an absolutely essential tool for anyone working with data in Excel.
Pivots allow you to quickly explore and analyze raw data in Excel, revealing powerful insights and trends otherwise buried in the noise. In other words, they give you answers. Whether you're exploring product sales, analyzing which marketing tactics drove the strongest conversion rates, or wondering how condo prices have trended over the past 10 years, Excel Pivot Tables provide fast, accurate and intuitive solutions to even the most complicated analytics questions.
This course gives you a deep, 100% comprehensive understanding of Excel Pivot Tables and Excel Pivot Charts. I'll show you when, why, and how to use Excel Pivot Tables, introduce advanced sorting, filtering, and calculation tools, and guide you through interactive, hands-on demos and Excel exercises every step of the way.
We'll start by covering everything you need to know to get up and running with Excel Pivot Tables, including:
Raw data structure in Excel
Pivot Table layouts & styles
Design & formatting options
Sorting, filtering, & grouping tools
Calculated fields, items & values
Pivot Charts, slicers & timelines
Interactive Excel dashboards
We'll then explore and analyze Excel datasets from a number of real-world case studies, including:
San Diego burrito ratings
Shark attack records from 1900-2016
Facebook Post data from Spartan Race
Major League Baseball team statistics
San Francisco employee salaries
Daily stock market data
IMDb movie ratings
Apple Store mobile app ratings
Wine ratings and descriptions
Whether you're looking for a quick Excel Pivot Table primer, trying to diversify your Excel skill set, or hoping to step up your analytics game in a major way, you've come to the right place. In today's increasingly data-driven world, analytics skills are in short supply and incredibly high demand, and those with the ability to transform data into insight are leading the charge. Enroll today and start your journey to becoming an Excel analytics pro!
See you there!
-Chris (Founder, Maven Analytics)
Most students in this course enroll in our full EXCEL LEARNING PATH, designed to help you build a deep, expert-level Excel skill set:
Advanced Excel Formulas & Functions
Data Visualization with Excel Charts & Graphs
Data Analysis with Excel PivotTables (you are here)
Excel Power Query, Power Pivot & DAX
Excel Pro Tips for Power Users
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*NOTE: Full course includes downloadable resources and Excel project files, homework and course quizzes, lifetime access and a 30-day money-back guarantee. Most lectures compatible with Excel 2007, Excel 2010, Excel 2013, Excel 2016, Excel 2019 or Office 365.
- ANYONE who works with Excel on a regular basis (even if you've never used a Pivot Table!)
- Excel users who have basic skills but would like to become more proficient in data exploration and analysis
- Students looking for a comprehensive, engaging, and highly interactive approach to training
- Anyone looking to pursue a career in data analysis or business intelligence
In this lecture we'll get familiar with the course materials and curriculum, including core topic areas, downloadable resources, homework exercises and quizzes.
In this lecture I'll introduce you to the IMDb Movie Database, which we'll be working with through the first several sections of the course.
In this lecture, I'll outline some key assumptions and expectations to keep in mind before diving in.
In this lecture I'll explain the purpose of Excel's PivotTable cache, describe how it can be used to reduce file sizes by storing data in memory, and demonstrate how to revive source data from cache using the "show details" option.
PivotTables can be an incredibly useful tool for creating brand new tables from existing source data in Excel, whether you want to aggregate your data at a different level of granularity, eliminate certain fields, or add new calculated metrics. This lecture demonstrates how this can be done using specific table layouts and design tools.
In this lecture I'll show you how to change the scope of your conditional formatting rules to customize how they react to changes in your Excel PivotTable layout.
Learn how to adjust Excel PivotTable settings to allow you to apply multiple filters (label + value) to the same field.
If you need to generate multiple copies of a PivotTable view with different filter settings (i.e. a view of product sales for each region or country), the "Report Filter Pages" option is a lifesaver. In this lecture, we'll see how this tool can be used to instantly break out multiple views into their own Excel worksheets.
In this demo, we'll practice building a dynamic Excel dashboard using Pivot Charts, slicers and timelines.
In this Excel PivotTable case study we'll explore a 3-month sample of US stock market data, including Open, High, Low and Close prices as well as trading volume for 500 individual stocks.
In this Excel PivotTable case study we'll explore customer-submitted burrito ratings from a number of Mexican restaurants in San Diego. Data includes the burrito and restaurant name as well as 0-5 ratings based on tortilla quality, temperature, meat volume, uniformity, synergy, and more.
In this Excel PivotTable case study we'll analyze information from 130,000+ wine tastings, including average point ratings, prices, and written reviews.