Excel 2013 Pivot Tables Including the “Data Model” A pivot table is a simple, yet powerful technique, that enables Excel’s users to transform data overload into meaningful and organized knowledge.
With pivot tables you can: * See the data in dozens of different ways with a simple mouse drag * Perform fast calculations with no need for formulas * Focus on another part of the data each time and get a clear picture * Show more trends and patterns * Create dozens of reports and charts to analyze your data While reading the book and using the practice files, you will know to: Create a Pivot Table o Select data from the current file o Selec data from another Excel file o Change the data source o Create a pivot table based on a dynamic data table Perform Calculations: o Use sum, average, minimum, maximum and count o Show Percentage of a column total, row total and Grand total o Display the running total o Group numeric and date data o Use calculated field and calculated item Change The Report Structure o Switching columns and rows o Adding columns or rows o Adding a page break between items Format your Pivot Tables o Add totals and Subtotals o Sort o Filter You will also know to â€¢ Add slicers and to manipulate then â€¢ Add a timelines and to manipulate it â€¢ Add charts to your pivot tables â€¢ Use the new and innovative feature: “The Data Model” And, of course, You will learn some cool tips and tricks!.
Excel 2013 Pivot Tables: Including the “Data Model”: Smart Data Analysis
Title: Excel 2013 Pivot Tables: Including the “Data Model”: Smart Data Analysis
Author(s): Maayan Poleg, Sharon Barak
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform