Working with Data in Excel Q&A (Asynchronous) - Online via Zoom
Want to work with data without the hassle of programming? Microsoft Excel is a great choice for your data processing needs. By using spreadsheets, formulas, and an array of specialized features, users can more easily organize, edit, and analyze their data.
This workshop will cover some useful tools for effectively navigating, manipulating and summarizing data in Excel. Attendees will get started with Excel by following along with several hands-on instructional videos prior to the session. During the Using Data in Excel Q&A, attendees will be able to ask questions about the exercises they completed.
This workshop is offered by the University Libraries and will be led by librarian Michele Hayslett.
Note: Participation in this discussion is dependent on watching the instructional videos and completing the material ahead of time. If you prefer a guided session, consider registering for the Synchronous Excel Workshop instead.
- Wednesday, February 24, 2021
- 4:00pm - 5:00pm
- Davis Library Research Hub
- Michele Hayslett
- Classes and Workshops