Excel 2016 Pivot Table Data Crunching by Bill JelenExcel(R) 2016 PIVOT TABLE DATA CRUNCHING
CRUNCH DATA FROM ANY SOURCE, QUICKLY AND EASILY, WITH EXCEL 2016 PIVOT TABLES! Use Excel 2016 pivot tables and pivot charts to produce powerful, dynamic reports in minutes instead of hours... understand exactly whats going on in your business... take control, and stay in control! Even if youve never created a pivot table before, this book will help you leverage all their amazing flexibility and analytical power. Drawing on more than 40 combined years of Excel experience, Bill Jelen and Michael Alexander offer practical recipes for solving real business problems, help you avoid common mistakes, and present tips and tricks youll find nowhere else!
- Create, customize, and change pivot tables - Transform huge data sets into clear summary reports - Analyze data faster with Excel 2016s new recommended pivot tables - Instantly highlight your most profitable customers, products, or regions - Quickly import, clean, and shape data with Power Query vBuild geographical pivot tables with Power Map - Use Power View dynamic dashboards to see where your business stands - Revamp analyses on the fly by dragging and dropping fields - Build dynamic self-service reporting systems - Combine multiple data sources into one pivot table - Use Auto grouping to build date/time-based pivot tables faster vCreate data mashups with Power Pivot - Automate pivot tables with macros and VBA About MrExcel Library Every book in the MrExcel Library pinpoints a specific set of crucial Excel tasks and presents focused skills and examples for performing them rapidly and effectively. Selected by Bill Jelen, Microsoft Excel MVP and mastermind behind the leading Excel solutions website MrExcel.com, these books will
- Dramatically increase your productivity--saving you 50 hours a year or more - Present proven, creative strategies for solving real-world problems - Show you how to get great results, no matter how much data you have - Help you avoid critical mistakes that even experienced users make Bill Jelen is MrExcel, the worlds #1 spreadsheet wizard. Jelen hosts MrExcel.com, the premier Excel solutions site, with more than 20 million page views annually. A Microsoft MVP for Excel, his best-sellers include Excel 2016 In Depth. Michael Alexander, Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) and Microsoft MVP, is author of several books on advanced business analysis with Excel and Access. He has more than 15 years of experience developing Office solutions.
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Excel 2016 - Pivot Tables For Beginners Tutorial
Create a PivotTable to analyze worksheet data
Bottom line: This post explains how pivot tables work. You will learn what actually happens when you drag a field into each area of the pivot table, and why the structure of your source data is so important. Pivot Tables are one of the most powerful and useful tools in Excel. Understanding exactly how a pivot table works will really help you unleash the full potential of this amazing tool. This post should help both beginners and experienced users understand the mechanics of a pivot table, and why the structure of your source data is so important. The following screencast animations shows how quickly a summary report can be created from a table list of data using a pivot table. Click here to watch the screencast in your browser.
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Highline Excel 2016 Class 03: Data Analysis Fundamentals: PivotTables, Power Query & Data Model
When you have a lot of data, it can sometimes be difficult to analyze all of the information in your worksheet. PivotTables can help make your worksheets more manageable by summarizing your data and allowing you to manipulate it in different ways. Optional: Download our practice workbook. Consider the example below. Let's say we wanted to answer the question What is the amount sold by each salesperson?
If you are reading this tutorial, there is a big chance you have heard of or even used the Excel Pivot Table. A Pivot Table is a tool in Microsoft Excel that allows you to quickly summarize huge datasets with a few clicks. You can go ahead and use Excel functions to give you the answers to these questions, but what if suddenly your boss comes up with a list of five more questions. But the real benefit is that it can accommodate your finicky data-driven boss by answering his questions immediately. Hopefully, now you have an idea of why Pivot Tables are so awesome. As soon as you create a Pivot Table using the data, something happens in the backend. Excel takes a snapshot of the data and stores it in its memory.