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Use COUNTIF to analyze trends

Use COUNTIF to analyze trends: Working with Real-Time Data in Excel
Use COUNTIF to analyze trends: Working with Real-Time Data in Excel

Calculate accident rates under each weather category in order to understand the relative risk of driving in dry, rainy or snowy conditions. Use Excel’s COUNTIF function to determine the average number of accidents per day under each weather type, and compare rates to quantify estimated levels of risk.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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