Join Chris Dutton for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting expectations, part of Excel PivotTables Part 1: Mastering PivotTables and PivotCharts.
- [Instructor] The last topic that I want to quickly talk…about before we jump in is setting expectations…for the course.…First, I'll be using Excel 2016…for all of the demos and exercises.…What that means is that what you see on your screen…may not always exactly match what I'm showing on mine…and some features might be unavailable…in earlier versions of Excel.…Second, I built this course with PC users in mind.…If you are a Mac user,…you can absolutely apply all of the same key concepts…that we cover here,…but keep in mind that your user experience…might be considerably different across platforms.…
Third, it's not always about right or wrong…when it comes to data.…Analytics is an art and there are often a number of ways…to attack the same problem.…My goal here is to give you tools and techniques…that you can use to explore your own analyses…in your own ways.…With that, let's dive in.…
- Establishing a layer convention and property filters
- Structuring your source data
- How PivotTables actually work
- Number formatting and conditional formatting
- Sorting and grouping options
- Troubleshooting incorrect sorting
- Value summarization and value calculation modes
- Inserting calculated items
- Visualizing data with PivotCharts
- Designing interactive dashboards
Skill Level Intermediate
Part 1: Introduction1m 8s
1. Getting Started
Getting to know IMDb2m 21s
2. PivotTable 101
3. PivotTable Formatting
4. Sorting, Filtering, and Grouping
5. Calculated Values, Fields, and Items
6. Visualizing Data with PivotCharts
7. Wrapping Up
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