About This Course
This classroom-based workshop is the second in a series of workshops on Excel offered by the Data Academy. It builds on the fundamentals of Excel and introduces more advanced formulas and ways to manipulate and format data in spreadsheets.
This course assumes some comfort with Excel, including a basic understanding of formulas and standard functions and capabilities of Excel. By the end of the class, you’ll have the fundamentals of skills that will help you to do basic analysis, manipulation, and summary of datasets.
What You’ll Learn In This Course
This course will cover the following topics:
- Review Excel Basics (reference, filtering/ sorting)
- Date and Time Functions
- Count Functions (Count, Countif, Countifs)
- Text Functions (Len, Trim, Concatenate)
- Logical Functions (IF and AND)
- Lookup Functions (VLOOKUP and Index/Match)
- Basics of Conditional Formatting
- De-duplicating data
- Pivot Tables
- Formatting Charts
- Lynda.com offers free resources on common Excel topics. Click here to find out how to sign up for a free account.
- San Francisco Public Library
- Intermediate Microsoft Excel from Gale Courses (6 weeks, 24hrs total)
- Department of Human Resources
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