Full course description
This workshop examines Excel as a research tool, and applies various functions and analysis add-ins to a sample data-set. Specific topics include: using common research functions (mean, median, mode), truncating and rounding numbers, unit conversions, standard deviation, separating populations into tertiles and quartiles, conditionals (if), correlation coefficients and statistical significance.
Prerequisites: Participants should have a working knowledge of Excel and be able to write basic formulas; please note that due to the short duration of this workshop, we will not be covering the concepts or mathematics, and will just be focusing on Excel functions, thus a working understanding of the topics will be helpful. (For example, we will cover methods of calculating standard deviation, but will not explain what standard deviation measures. This knowledge will be assumed.)
Date/Time: Oct.24, 2:30-4:30 PM
Location: Information Technology Center, room ITC171
Instructor: Alec Muthig, UWIT Training
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- Please make sure to arrive at least 5 minutes before the class is scheduled to begin.
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- Workshop fees are non-refundable (unless the class is cancelled by UWIT Training).