- Prepping data for analysis
- Multiple-key sorting
- Sorting by rows or by columns
- Setting single- and multi-level subtotals
- Using text, numeric, and date filters
- Creating custom filters
- Filtering tables using slicers
- Using Advanced Filter
- Eliminating duplicate data
- Using SUMIF and COUNTIF functions for quick data analysis
- Working with the database functions such as DSUM and DMAX
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Dennis Taylor, and welcome to Excel 2016: Managing and Analyzing Data. When you work with large lists, you need tools to manage your data and extract the most important information from those lists. Excel has a variety of features specifically designed for these purposes, and I'll cover them in detail in this course. I'll start by giving you some tips for structuring your data and how and why to convert data to a table. I'll show you a variety of ways to use the most important data management tool, sorting, and then show you how to automatically insert subtotals into sorted lists.
I'll also show you how you can see just the data you need using filtering and advanced filtering, how to identify and delete duplicate data, and how to gather valuable statistical information via the SUMIF family of functions and database statistical functions. So let's get started with Excel 2016: Managing and Analyzing Data.
Working with Real-Time Data in Excelwith Chris Dutton1h 18m Intermediate
Learning Microsoft Power BI Desktopwith Gini von Courter2h 52m Intermediate
1. Data Preparation
2. Sorting Data
3. Creating Automatic Subtotals in Sorted Lists
4. Filtering Data
5. Advanced Filter
6. Eliminating Duplicate Data
7. Data Analysis Tools
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