Data Analytics Using Excel

Become an Expert With This Data Analytics Using Excel Course

Data analytics using Excel refers to the process of analyzing and interpreting data using Microsoft Excel, a popular spreadsheet software. Excel provides a range of features and functions that enable users to perform various data analysis tasks, such as data cleaning, manipulation, visualization, and statistical analysis.

Excel is a widely used spreadsheet software developed by Microsoft. It is part of the Microsoft Office suite of productivity tools. Excel provides a grid-based interface that consists of rows and columns, allowing users to organize and analyze data efficiently.

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Duration - 24 Hours

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Welcome to Campus Sutras' Data Analytics using Excel course! Excel is a widely recognized and versatile tool that is commonly used for data analysis and manipulation. Our comprehensive course on Data Analytics using Excel is designed to provide you with the essential skills and techniques to effectively analyze and visualize data using this powerful spreadsheet software.

In this course, you will embark on a journey to uncover the insights hidden within your data. Whether you're a data professional, business analyst, or a decision-maker seeking to leverage Excel for data-driven decision-making, this course is tailored to enhance your analytical capabilities.

At Campus Sutras, we emphasize practical application and real-world relevance. Through hands-on exercises and projects, you will have the opportunity to apply your learning to real datasets, further enhancing your skills and proficiency in data analytics using Excel.

Join us today and unlock the potential of data analytics using Excel. Whether you're looking to enhance your analytical skills, improve decision-making processes, or gain a competitive edge in the data-driven world, Campus Sutras' Data Analytics using Excel course will equip you with the knowledge and techniques to harness the power of Excel for effective data analysis and visualization.

Benefits of Doing This Course

  • Enhanced Data Analysis Skills
  • Proficiency in Power BI Tools
  • Improved Data Visualization
  • Efficient Data Modeling
  • Data-driven Decision Making
  • Increased Career Opportunities
  • Practical Hands-on Experience
  • Industry-Relevant Insights
  • Networking and Collaboration
  • Recognized Certification

Who Should Enroll This Course

The Data Analytics Using Excel course is beneficial for a wide range of professionals and individuals who want to enhance their data analytics skills and leverage the power of Excel. The course is particularly suitable for:

Course Content

Working with Frequently useful Formulas & Functions

  • Working with General & Advanced Functions (SUMIFS, AVERAGEIFS, COUNTIFS)
  • Writing Conditional Expressions (Using IF)
  • Using Nested IF
  • Using Logical Functions (AND, OR, NOT, XOR) Inside IF
  • Using Date & Time Functions (DATEDIF, WORKDAY, NETWORKDAYS, WEEKDAY)

Working with VLOOKUP &INDEX and MATCH

  • Finding Approximate or Exact Matches
  • Using Match Function in VLOOKUP
  • Limitation of VLOOKUP & Reverse VLOOKUP
  • Working with Index & Match Function
  • Understanding HLOOKUP Function
  • INDIRECT Function & Its Usage

Highlight Specific Subsets of Data in a Large Worksheet

  • Apply Built-In Conditional Formatting to Cells
  • Add Data Bars & Color Scales to a Range of Cells
  • Convert Your Excel Data to Icon Sets
  • Create a Custom Conditional Format
  • Use Expressions in a Custom Conditional Format

Sorting and Filtering Data

  • Sorting Data by Multiple Columns at the Same Time
  • Applying a Pre-installed Custom Sort
  • Creating a Customized List and Performing a Custom Sort
  • Working with AutoFilter
  • Find a Unique Entry Using AutoFilter’s Search Feature
  • Create an Advanced Filter Using Criteria

Managing workbooks and worksheets

  • Viewing Large Worksheets
  • Printing Large Worksheets
  • Working with Multiple Worksheets
  • Linking Worksheets with 3-D Formulas
  • Using Multiple Workbooks
  • Linking Workbooks

What-if Analysis Tools

  • Goal Seek (Solving for a Desired Output by Changing an Assumption)
  • Data Table (Trying Out Different Inputs for Formulas and Seeing Changes in Those Values Affect the Output)
  • Scenario Manager (Exploring the Implications Among Several Possibilities)

Data Validation

  • Validate Data Based on a Range of Numbers
  • Validate Data Based on a List Drop-down Box
  • Customize the Data Validation Input Message
  • Customize the Data Validation Error Alert
  • Using Formulas in Data Validation
  • Advanced Data Validation Tricks

Advanced Charts

  • Advanced Column Chart
  • Advanced Line Chart
  • Advanced Pie Chart
  • Area Chart
  • Gauge Chart
  • Waterfall Chart
  • Combo Chart
  • Dynamic Charts Using Filters
  • In-Cell Charts (Sparklines)

Advanced Pivot Tables& Pivot Charts

  • Creating and Using a Pivot Table
  • Filtering and Sorting Data within a Pivot Table
  • Automatically Grouping Data in a Pivot Table and Renaming Groups
  • Using Slicers & Slicer Connections
  • Consolidating Multiple Sheets or Ranges of Data
  • Dealing with Zeroes
  • Creating a Calculated Field
  • Creating a Pivot Chart

Creating Dashboards

  • What is a Dashboard?
  • Dashboard Creation Process
  • Example Dashboard Made with Such Process
  • Making Excel Dashboards
    • Understanding the Data
    • Writing Formulas
    • Making Charts
    • Adding Conditional Formats
    • Putting Everything Together
  • Dashboard Design Tips & Tricks
  • Making a Dashboard