Video: .MP4, AVC, 1280x720, 30 fps | Audio: English, AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch | Duration: 1h 23m | 752 MB Instructor: Al Chen Follow along with me as I show you some of the most common techniques and tips I use for cleaning up a data set in Excel before doing analysis and forecasting. In order to clean up and summarize data, I'll show you some intermediate formulas like IFERROR, COUNTIF, and nesting formulas together. You'll also learn some forecasting techniques using basic regression in Excel. Most of the skills in this class apply to Google Sheets as well. Prerequisites This class moves fast. If you don't have a basic understanding of Excel including: Navigating around Excel Writing basic formulas (including VLOOKUP) Creating basic charts What you'll learn You'll be learning intermediate formula skills for cleaning and summarizing data in Excel. You'll also learn how to do a basic regression in Excel to forecast data. Named Ranges and OFFSET Using date manipulation formulas like YEAR, MONTH, and DAY Nested IF formulas Using AND/OR in IF formulas Handling formula errors with ISERROR, IFERROR Summarizing and Aggregating data with COUNTIF, SUMIF, AVERAGEIF, AGGREGATE ScatterDescription chart with trendlines Regression analysis on Instagram posts and product sales Who is the class for? Knowledge workers who are in Excel or Google Sheets all day and want to be able to quickly clean and analyze data without the help of a data engineer or Excel "guru." You know the fundamentals of Excel and want to go deeper in terms of building more complicated formulas, cleaning data so that it's ready for analyzing and building charts, and doing basic forecasting and regression analysis. Why is the class is useful? No matter what group you work in at your company, you will most likely have to pull data from a database or inherit a really large CSV, Excel, or Google Sheets file which you have to clean up and analyze. I'm not going to teach you all the formulas under the sun, but rather the techniques and formulas that matter for the workplace. This means cleaning and formatting data, checking it for errors, and summarizing it for your stakeholders. All the skills you learn in this class can be applied to Google Sheets as well.
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