Excel for Data-Wrangling, Analysis, and Visualization Part 1 Workshop - Jingjing Wu, Kimberly Vardeman ONLINE
This will be offered online only. Registration will close two days before the workshop so that an invite can be sent by email but you are welcome to email the presenter(s) to be added. Kimberly.firstname.lastname@example.org
Please attend online sessions with your TTU email address to receive credit for attendance.
1. Create a PivotTable report
2. Use PivotChart to visualize results
Researchers are dealing with more and more data in their routine work. Although many tools are available, Excel spreadsheets remain an indispensable part of data management. Excel handles a variety of data formats, transforms raw data into other formats for further analysis, and has important features for summarizing and visualizing data. This workshop aims to develop Excel skills. Part 1 of this workshop will use some example datasets to demonstrate these Excel features: PivotTable and PivotChart. (Part 2 of the workshop will demonstrate Power Query, Power Pivot, and Data Model.) This session will expect that attendees have at least basic familiarity with Excel. The methods of analyzing and visualizing data will be practical for attendees at the beginner or intermediate level. This workshop is open to people of any academic statusâ€”graduate, undergraduate, faculty, or staff.
- Tuesday, February 9, 2021
- 2:00pm - 3:30pm
- Time Zone:
- Central Time - US & Canada (change)
- University Library