Learn how to use PivotTables to summarize, sort, count, and chart your organization's data in Excel for Mac 2011.
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Learn how to use PivotTables—Microsoft's pivot table feature—to summarize, sort, and analyze your data in Excel for Mac 2016.
Learn how to use Excel and VBA for business process modeling. Find out how to create and run simulations for customer flow, queuing, and manufacturing.
Learn how to use PivotTables to summarize, sort, count, and chart your data in Microsoft Excel 2016.
Learn to see and understand data with Tableau. Learn to import and summarize data, create and manipulate data visualizations, and share visualizations with your colleagues.
Learn how to use Solver, a free Excel add-in, to find optimal solutions to problems with multiple constraints.
Learn how to analyze and display data using QlikView 11, the business intelligence and data visualization software.
Learn how to use SAP Crystal Reports 2013 to analyze and summarize data to make better decisions.
Analyze hypothetical business cases using Excel formulas and variable data.
Maximize the power of Crystal Reports and import and analyze data from a variety of places, including Excel, Access, HTML/XML files, and more.
Shows how to perform a wide range of financial calculations quickly and easily using the many financial functions found in Excel 2010.
Shows managers and executives how to assess their organization's data effectively by applying statistical analysis techniques.
Shows how to create PivotTable reports, an amazing tool for data analysis, using internal Excel data and outside data sources.
Shows how to create Pivot Table reports, an amazing tool for data analysis, using internal Excel data and outside data sources.
Provides a basic fluency in corporate finance, enabling users to grasp the meaning behind the calculations.
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