About this course
This course will teach you how to do Data analytics with Excel PivotTables 2016. With the help of this course, you will understand the concept, various scenarios and types of Business analytics. Along with that you will learn, how to use one of the strongest features of Microsoft Excel, which is the PivotTables.
Anyone with no knowledge to a basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel can take this course and get a thorough understanding of Excel PivotTables.
In this short but effective course, you will understand why Data analytics is very important in today's business to 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. With a step by step guide and examples, this course is easy to comprehend and learn.
After this course you will be able to explain the different types of Analytics, describe the various areas where analytics can be applied.
You will also be able to use PivotTables, one of the strongest features of excel, to perform effective data analysis with examples.
After this course about business analytics you will
understand what Business Data analytics is, various real life
scenarios where data analytics is widely used.
You will be able to explain the different types of analytics namely- Descriptive analytics, Diagnostic analytics, Predictive analytics and Prescriptive analytics
You will also understand the benefits of data analytics and how it helps in making better decisions
After this course, you will understand what makes Microsoft Excel ideal for Data analytics.
You will understand benefits of using excel.
Finally you will know the points to remember when you get your data ready for importing to a PivotTabl
After this lesson, you will understand the usage of Recommended PivotTables and Custom PivotTables, various components of a PivotTable and how to format your PivotTables.
Once you have your PivotTables ready you will also know how to add charts to it.
After this course on grouping you know how to Group data by date or time items, Group data by numeric items, Group data by selected item
After this course, you will be able to use Custom calculation, how to add a Calculated field and add a Calculated item in your worksheets.
You will also understand the restrictions with a calculated item.
After this course, you will be able to add a slicer to your PivotTable.
With these interactive slicers, you will be able to filter your data quickly and easily
After this course, you will know the features and benefits of using PowerPivot.
You will also be able to install the PowerPivot add-in.
Finally, you will learn how to combine multiple tables using the PowerPivot feature.
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