Learn how to manage and analyze large amounts of data with the sorting, filtering, and statistical- and database-analysis features in Excel 2011 for the Mac.
- [Voiceover] Hi I'm Dennis Taylor and welcome to Excel 2011 for the Mac, managing and analyzing data. When you work with large lists, you need tools to manage your data and get the most information out of them. 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 showing you a variety of ways to use the most important data management tool, sorting, and then show you how you can see just the data you need using filtering. I'll also show you how to automatically insert subtotals into sorted lists, how to identify and delete duplicate data, and how to gather valuable statistical information via the sum if family of functions and the database statistical functions.
So let's get started with Excel 2011 for the Mac, managing and analyzing data.
- Multiple-key sorting
- Sorting columns left-to-right
- Filtering columns
- Creating a top-ten list with values or percentages
- Using Advanced Filter for complex filters
- Setting up subtotals
- Using the Remove Duplicates command
- Using SUMIF, COUNTIF, and related functions
- Working with the database functions, such as DSUM and DMAX
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1. Sorting Data
2. Filtering Data
3. Advanced Filter
4. Creating Automatic Subtotals in Sorted Lists
5. Eliminating Duplicate Data
6. Data Analysis Tools
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