This tips-based course will show Excel users productivity-boosting tricks, cool hidden features, need-to-know functions, and advanced content on subjects such as using PivotTables for data analysis. Tune in every Tuesday for a new tip from expert Dennis Taylor. Each tutorial is a short, self-contained lesson guaranteed to give you new insights into Excel.
Every person who works with data has to perform analytics at some point. This popular training course—dramatically expanded and enhanced for 2018—teaches analysts and non-analysts alike the basics of data analytics and reporting. Robin Hunt defines what data analytics is and what data analysts do. She then shows how to identify your data set—including the data you don't have—and interpret and summarize data. She also shows how to perform specialized tasks such as creating workflow diagrams, cleaning data, and joining data sets for reporting. Coverage continues with best practices for data analytics projects, such as verifying data and conducting effective meetings, and common mistakes to avoid. Then learn techniques for repurposing, charting, and pivoting data. Plus, get helpful productivity-enhancing shortcuts and troubleshooting tips for the most popular data analytics program, Microsoft Excel.
On its own, Tableau is a powerful tool that helps professionals analyze, display, and generally make sense of the data at their fingertips. With the addition of R—a free, open-source language for data science—you can glean even more insights from your data. In this course, learn how to combine the analytical strengths of R with the visualization power of Tableau to analyze and present data more effectively. Instructor Curt Frye demonstrates how to install R and RServe; create a connection between Tableau and R; perform several types of analyses in R, from linear regression to cluster identification; and incorporate those analyses into Tableau visualizations.
Big data is transforming the world of business. Yet many people don't understand what big data and business intelligence are, or how to apply the techniques to their day-to-day jobs. This course addresses that knowledge gap by showing how to use large volumes of economic data to gain key business insights and analyze market conditions.
Professor Michael McDonald demonstrates how to harness the wealth of information available on the Internet to forecast statistics such as industry growth, GDP, and unemployment rates, as well as factors that directly affect your business, like property prices and future interest rate hikes. All you need is Microsoft Excel. Michael uses the built-in formulas, functions, and calculations to perform regression analysis, calculate confidence intervals, and stress test your results. He also covers time series exponential smoothing, fixed effects regression, and difference estimators. You'll walk away from the course able to immediately begin creating forecasts for your own business needs
Microsoft Excel puts a wealth of functionality at your fingertips. This course was designed to focus on the most essential of these functions, covering the features and capabilities that brand-new users need to get going with the 2019 version of Excel. Instructor David Rivers covers creating and opening workbooks, entering text and numbers, working with formulas, basic formatting, inserting charts, and sharing and printing workbooks. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll have the skills you need to start building easy-to-use, accurate spreadsheets with this hugely popular program.
Become a better accountant, bookkeeper, or financial analyst with Microsoft Excel. Excel can be used for profit-and-loss (P&L) reporting, forecasting sales, business valuation, quickly analyzing data from programs like QuickBooks, and more. This course shows you how to perform key accounting tasks in Excel, including small business and corporate record-keeping, and importing and exporting data from QuickBooks to Excel. Professor Michael McDonald shows how to record transactions in a general ledger, categorize expenses for taxes, track business performance, use key financial statements, and do a business valuation. The course is for working professionals and business students alike, with short, focused lessons to give you maximum learning in the minimum amount of time.
Deepen your Excel knowledge by picking up powerful and effective analytics techniques used by Excel pros. In this course, instructor Chris Dutton shows how to leverage intermediate to advanced Excel analytics functionality using crystal clear demos, real-world case studies, and bite-sized lessons. Each video is self-contained and focuses on a key tool or feature that you can add to your Excel tool kit. Learn how to conduct outlier detection, perform Monte Carlo simulations, and use CUBE functions. Plus, explore forecasting, using the Goal Seek feature, and leveraging Solver to tackle complex optimization models in Excel.
Note: Chris uses Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus for PC throughout the course, so some tips may not apply to all versions of Excel.
Management accountants help executives make smarter, more informed business decisions. By providing advice and frequent, detailed internal updates, they help clarify their firm's current financial standing—and suggest how to boost profits going forward. In this hands-on course, professor Michael McDonald demonstrates how to use Microsoft Excel for the tasks performed most frequently by professionals working in a management or corporate accounting vertical. He covers topics such as performing variance analysis, doing activity-based costing (ABC), and using ratio analysis. Throughout the course, Michael includes exercises—together with downloadable exercise files—that you can complete to gain a practical understanding of these key concepts.
By learning how to evaluate and visualize cash flows for your business, you can make more informed decisions about prospects and projects. In this course, Curt Frye demonstrates effective ways of evaluating and visualizing cash flows using Microsoft Excel. He demonstrates how to calculate the effect of interest rates and inflation, calculate the present value of an investment, and determine how much interest you can save by paying extra principal each month. Plus, he explains how to calculate net present value and internal rate of return, and shows how to create a cash tracking worksheet, where you can keep a record of income, expenses, and your current cash balance.
Excel expert Dennis Taylor helps Excel 2016 users take their spreadsheet skills to the next level with this collection of tips and tricks. He begins with his top 10 productivity boosters, and then highlights navigation, display, and selection techniques to keep you moving quickly.
The course then dives into data entry and editing techniques, formatting and drag-and-drop tricks, keyboard shortcuts for working with formulas, data management strategies, and chart tricks. Short on time? Make sure to check out the "10 Tiny Tips" chapter for a quick productivity boost.
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