There are different types of charts in Excel that are used to simplify data analysis and visualization.
Microsoft Excel has columns, lines, pie, doughnut, bar, area, scatter, and more charts to choose from. Excel 2016 included other charts types including treemap, sunburst, histogram, box and whisker, waterfall, and funnels.
Available charts in Excel will allow you to represent data in a variety of ways. You can choose between column, line, pie, bar, and many more charts suitable for your data. To make pie charts in Excel, your data should be categorized
PivotTable in Excel is an advanced tool that allows you to organize and analyze large data set. Using pivot tables, you can extract data from a large dataset, and present the summary or analysis of such data.
The INDEX MATCH function is used to perform a two-way lookup to extract values from a data table. It is used as a substitute to vlookup multiple criteria in Excel before the introduction of the xlookup function.
Vlookup and Xlookup functions are used to extract values in a table of data in Excel. Both are used to query a data table and extract items or values in an Excel table or range. The Xlookup function can be seen as a vlookup multiple criteria.
The Vlookup formula in Excel can be used to extract values in a table of data. It is a useful function that is used to query a data table and extract items or values in an Excel table or range. Vlookup means vertical lookup, and it’s one of the few functions in the Lookup and Reference functions category.
The IF statement in Excel is one of the logical functions in Microsoft Excel. It is used to return values when used alone or/and when used alongside other logical functions discussed previously. The IFS function in Excel makes it easier to use multiple conditions than the nested IF statements. It returns the value if TRUE for up to 127 conditions.
Logical functions in Excel are used to test the conditions of an argument whether it is TRUE or FALSE. There are different built-in logical functions in Excel, but the most used ones are AND, OR, NOT, and XOR.
The AVERAGEIF and AVERAGEIFS function in Excel are predefined functions that calculate the arithmetic mean based on specified criteria. You can use either function to calculate the average value of a range of data when they meet specified conditions.
The COUNTIFS and COUNTIF function in Excel are predefined functions that count cells based on specified criteria. You can use either function to count a range of cells when there are conditions associated with your data.
The SUMIF and SUMIFS in Excel are predefined functions that calculate totals based on specified criteria. You can either function to manipulate data when there are conditions associated with your data.
This tutorial introduces how to use Excel formulas and functions. Formulas are expressions entered by a user for the purpose of calculating cell values. Functions, on the other hand, are predefined formulas built into Excel that assist in data analysis.
Cell referencing in Excel is the process of representing the value of a cell in another cell within a workbook. It is an indispensable knowledge when mastering Microsoft Excel. There are five different types of cell references in Excel.
A worksheet in Excel is a collection of cells organized in columns and rows as in a table. A worksheet is a workspace where a user enters data and performs the necessary computations on data. By default, Excel 2016 has one worksheet. You can add more sheets in a workbook, but one worksheet will always be active at a time.
Conditional formatting in Excel is an important tool used for effective data analysis. It is a tool that helps you identify and critically visualize cells that have patterns and trends using colors.
It is an interesting data analysis tool that identifies cell variations based on true data conditions. When conditions are specified, cells appearances may vary in compliance with the specified conditions. In this tutorial, we discussed what is conditional formatting in Excel and how to use them in your datasets.