Leave manual reporting behind. Move into the world of automatically linking data into Excel for analyzing, reporting, and preparing visualizations. Use tools such as Power Query and Power Pivot, to leverage your existing knowledge of PivotTables to do more. Summarizing, analyzing, and reporting potentially very large volumes of data.
Explore automated data queries to link data from external databases to Excel. Transform data into Data Models. Learn Power Pivot and CUBE formulas to streamline summarizing and reporting of data. See advanced features including Data Analysis Expressions, Key Performance Indicators, Hierarchies, and Dimensions to streamline reporting. Create compelling visualizations of summarized data to communicate the true meaning behind the numbers.
Note: This program is an advanced-level course. Many of the concepts in this course depend upon access to Power Pivot, Power Query, and Power View, available only in the Windows-based premium editions of Excel 2013 and Excel 2016.
- Construct and manage links from external data sources into Excel for the automatic acquisition of data.
- Define, build, and manage Data Models and build PivotTables from these objects.
- Create PivotTables using Power Pivot, including PivotTables that summarize data from multiple data sources.
- Utilize Data Analysis Expressions and other tools to add calculations to PivotTables.
- Add features such as Key Performance Indicators, Dimensions, and Hierarchies to Power Pivot-based PivotTables.
- Create compelling visualizations of the data in your Power Pivot-based PivotTables using PivotCharts and Power View.
Level of Difficulty:
- External data sources into Excel
- Data Models and build PivotTables
- Power Pivot, including PivotTables that summarize data from multiple data sources
- Data Analysis Expressions
- Key Performance Indicators, Dimensions, and Hierarchies to Power Pivot-based PivotTables
Full understanding of intermediate to advanced PivotTables
Business professionals using the Windows-based premium editions of Excel 2013 and Excel 2016 who are seeking to extend their knowledge of Excel as a reporting tool