In this Excel Pivottable course, you will learn how to transform large datasets into user-friendly dashboards with statistical aggregations, charts and interactive filters.
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Excel 2016 Pivottable course - in english
Learn how to transform large datasets into user-friendly dashboards with statistical aggregations, Charts and interactive Filters without having to make complex formulas.
One day: 09: 00-16: 00
The course is targeted people who need to analyze sales, finance, production, logistics etc. using Pivottables.
We recommend peolpe to have worked with Excel regularly and have a minimum Excel knowledge corresponding to our Basic Excel 2016 course, but it will be an advantage to have work with large datasets.
Creating a pivot table
- Why use Pivottables
- Preparing Data
- Requirements for data
- Avoid zero- and/or error-values
- Connect Data to Pivottable
- From the Data in Excel
- From the Data in databases (Access, SQL, and others)
Design of the pivot table
- Field Areas
- Grouping of different datatypes (Numbers, text, dates)
- Viewing data as a percentage of a total
- Create formulas/calculated fields directly in the pivot table
The work in the pivot table
- Sorting – automatic/manual
- Using the “Slicer” feature
- “Drill down” – see the underlying data
Presentation using formats and charts
- Using the built-in styles / formatting
- Conditional Formatting – Spot developments / trends
- Create PivotCharts
- Make your interactive reports directly in Excel with Pivot tables
- Create your own reports with the function GetPivotData
- Record macros to update the pivot table
- Pivottables Options
Other tools for working with large data sheets
- Format as Table
- Filtering and sorting
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