Excel Data Analysis


Spreadsheets have become as commonplace as calculators in data analysis and decision making. In this chapter, we explore the value and importance of building decision-making models with Excel. We also consider the characteristics that make spreadsheets useful, not only for ourselves, but for others with whom we collaborate.As with any tool, learning to use the tool effectively requires carefully conceived planning and practice; thus, we will terminate the chapter with an example of a poorly planned spreadsheet that is rehabilitated into a shining example of what a spreadsheet can be.

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