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This course is an introductory level course aimed at those who would like to learn how to write formulae and use functions in Excel for basic statistical purposes. It aims to introduce you to built-in Excel statistical functions and introduce you toÂ building formulae by hand. The course covers major descriptive measures, some basic plots and introduces the elements of regression analysis.There are no future events for this course listed.
This session is for those familiar with Excel who would like to start to use it to create charts. If you can already create charts in Excel and require more advanced training, please contact the Open Learning Centre.Event dates:03-Jun-13 to 03-Jun-131400 to 1700
This course is aimed at competent Excel users who are already familiar with basic functions and would like to use Excel for more sophisticated statistical analysis. It aims to introduce you to more built-in Excel statistical functions; the functions in the analysis tool pak and to consolidate your skill in building complex formulae by hand. The course covers major descriptive measures, some parametric tests, chi-square testing of association and regression. Note that this course can be attended by people using Excel 2007. There are some differences between the two versions but most featuresThere are no future events for this course listed.
Pivot tables allow you to organise and summarise large amounts of data by filtering and rotating headings around your data. This course also shows you how to create Pivot charts. There will be an opportunity to work with your own data at the end of the course so you may wish to bring some sample data with you either on a USB storage device or CD. There is also access to WTS.Eligibility: This course is available to postgraduates as well as staff.There are no future events for this course listed.