This is the second of a two part series of courses examining the data tools and features found in Microsoft Excel 2013 Professional and Pro Plus*.
The course is designed to examine a combination of new and revised features which are available to help you work with data in Microsoft Excel 2013. Technologies covered include PivotTables, Power Query, PowerPivot and Power Map.
Target student – Anyone who needs to work with Excel in order to connect to, process, analyse and display data in order to produce suitable output at all levels within an organisation.
It is assumed that the attendees on the course have either have attended the first course in the series or have equivalent knowledge.
*Some of the tools and features are only available in Microsoft Excel 2013 and include add-ins. This course is not suitable for anyone using Microsoft Excel Standard, Home or Student Editions.
Create PivotTables and analyse data
Connect to and shape external data using Power Query
Use PowerPivot for data connection and analysis
Use Power Map to create visualisations of geo-dat
Lesson 1: Create and Work With PivotTables
Creating PivotTables from tables
Working with PivotTables to create views and analysis
Dynamic Filters with Slicers and Timelines
Use the Data Model to create PivotTables
PivotTables from related data sources
Lesson 2: Introduction to Power Query for Excel
Lesson 3: PowerPivot
Concepts and Components
Working with the Manage Console
Creating and Editing Data Relationships
Calculated Items and KPIs
Dashboards using PowerPivot
Lesson 4: Power Map
Overview of Power Map
What is geo-data?
Creating Maps and Applying Options
Tours and Scenes in Power Map
Exporting Maps to other applications
Please note that this course is not suitable for new Excel users
Attendance on QA’s Working with Data in Microsoft Excel 2013 Part 1
Able to import data and work with the Data Model and Relationship
Be able to create formulas using standard aggregate functions