Introduction to Excel

Giving you the skills to crunch numbers in Excel; even in data science, smaller datasets are more quickly preprocessed in Excel than Python, R or SQL.








Course description

Microsoft Excel is the #1 productivity software in the world. A huge amount of data comes in a spreadsheet format, so an analyst needs Excel in their arsenal. This course will teach you all the Excel skills you need to perform multi-layered calculations, create charts, manipulate data, look up functions, and more!

Useful Tools & Tips

Once you are familiar with the basic operations in Excel, it will be time to learn Excel best practices and learn how to navigate spreadsheets professionally. In this section, you will learn how to apply fast scrolling, use keyboard shortcuts, format sheets professionally, fix cell references, use named ranges, apply custom cell formats, and much more.


Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced Functions

Excel is one of the most popular productivity tools the business world has ever seen. The main reason for this is Excel functions. Here, you will learn how to use Excel functions like a true professional. We will start with some easier examples (SUM, COUNT, AVERAGE, IF, MAX, MIN, VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP), and gradually introduce more advanced (and more powerful) functions such as SUMIF, SUMIFS, COUNTIF, COUNTIFS, INDEX, MATCH, INDEX & MATCH, etc.


Building Professional Charts in Excel

Pivot Tables are capable of summarizing thousands of rows of data in just a few seconds. All you have to do is drag and drop, and you will be able to create the report you need. No functions are needed when working with Pivot Tables, which makes them popular among a large number of users.