A Guide to Advanced Data Visualization in Excel 2016/Office365

$19.95

A step-by-step guide to creating advanced data visualizations in Excel 2016. This package includes a downloadable PDF and Excel template file you can use to visualize your data. Learn how to create more than 15 advanced data visualizations in this 238-page ebook.

Full list of graphs: Overlaid Gridlines; Vertical Line; Block Shading; Broken Stacked Bar; Bullet (Vertical and Horizontal), Dot Plot, Slope, Bar-Scatter (Vertical and Horizontal), Lollipop, Waterfall, Sparklines, Gantt (new!), Heatmap, Diverging Bars, Tile Grid Map, and Marimekko.

Please respect the licensing. This ebook, including the attached files, contains confidential, privileged and/or copyrighted information for the sole use of the original, individual purchaser. Any distribution or disclosure to others violates this licensing.

If you would like to purchase multiple copies for your organization or team, please contact me and I will provide you with a discount.

Don’t forget about the Excel 2010/2011 version of this ebook or buy both versions at a discount.

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There is an increased recognition that effectively visualizing data is important to anyone who works with and analyzes data. To that end, there has been an explosion in data analysis and data visualization tools over the past few years. For many people, however, Microsoft Excel continues to the be the workhorse for their data visualization needs. If you are an Excel user, the default chart types in do not need to limit your data visualization capabilities; extending the tool to create other chart types is indeed possible.

In this step-by-step guide to data visualization in Excel, you will learn how to create more than 15 new advanced graphs in Excel 2016. Each tutorial will lead you through the steps to create each chart type (instructions and images use the PC version of Excel 2016, but are nearly identical on the Mac). Some basic, working knowledge of Excel, how to create basic graphs, adding different data series, and combining graph types will be useful. Along with this guide you will also receive an Excel file template that you can use to recreate the graphs on your own or to use as templates for your own work.

Please respect the licensing. This ebook, including the attached files, contains confidential, privileged and/or copyrighted information for the sole use of the original, individual purchaser. Any distribution or disclosure to others violates this licensing. This basically means please don’t share this ebook; encourage others to purchase it and support this work. If you would like to purchase multiple copies for your friends, organizations, and teams, please contact me and I will be happy to provide you with a discount.

Don’t forget about the Excel 2010/2011 version of this ebook or buy both versions at a discount.

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