A copy of Excel 365,2019, 2016, 2013 or for 2010 you will need the PowerPivot Add in
An intermediate skill level with Excel, be able to do Analysis with VLOOKUP, IF, SUMIF/COUNTIF and a good understanding of Pivot Tables
Data is growing at an alarming rate in many situations excel is becoming less of a viable option to deal with all of this data so what do we do? Does it make sense to immediately move to a database? Well, that comes with a lot of commitment and a lot of cost in terms of implementation and maintenance. However in the last decade a powerful alternative has emerged.
So before you move to a database you need to consider power pivot which has been described as Excel on steroids!
Picture this-you’re used to dealing with large volumes of data and as it grows and grows and grows excel just slows down and grinds to a halt and it becomes very frustrating to get the outputs that you need well PowerPivot has come along and turned Excel into something like a database so we have a relational model, we have Data Analytics Expressions or DAX expressions to easily and quickly perform analysis on our large volumes of Data.
At Earn And Excel, we’ve created a course that is going to take you from beginner to advanced level with PowerPivot. Working with Ross Hughes who is a highly experienced consultant having worked with data in large companies for over 30 years. Ross distills his 30+ years of data and gives you not just technical advice on how to make the most of PowerPivot but also practical advice on how to work with data.
This course has the potential to transform your data analysis game and if you don’t feel it’s the course for you, then you can get a refund no questions asked.
- The more Advanced Excel user, Analyst or even Accountant who needs to be able to deal with many sources of data or high volumes of data without resorting to a database