Microsoft Excel allows you to communicate and handle information with much more impact than raw numbers alone. You will get more from your data by learning how to build graphs in Microsoft Excel, from straight-forward to complex.
SPRING 2024: 2/14/2024 | Thursday | 6:00pm-8:30pm
LOCATION: Online | Zoom
You will get more from your data by learning how to build graphs in Microsoft Excel, from straight-forward to complex.
This course outlines the visualization features and functions in Microsoft Excel including:
- Graphs: Line graphs, bar graphs, scatter plots, bubble plots, box and whisker plots, pie charts, heat maps, waterfall charts, and more
- Formatting graphs to include scale adjustments, axes labels, value labels, layout, primary and secondary axes
- The use of summary tables and conditional formatting
Denison Edge workshops range from 2-4 hours of contact time, depending on the topic and content. To earn your badge of completion, you must attend the entire session.
*Free for Denison students
Amanda Swanson is a statistician and (Otterbein) MBA graduate with 15 years of product development experience, concentrated on leveraging data-focused innovation and problem solving techniques. Identifying consumer problems and optimizing possible solutions (products) is her career passion. She has had the opportunity to share her skills with companies like Nestle, E&J Gallo Winery, and Disney and also enjoys watching baseball