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Advanced Formulae and Functions using Excel – Lecture

Are you needing to use more complex formulae and inbuilt functions in Excel as part of your research?

Advanced Formulae and Functions using Excel – Lecture (demonstration only). CaRST Hours 1 hour. A: Knowledge and Intellectual Abilities. Face to Face.

Excel has many standard functions which can greatly enhance data analysis. These include commonly used financial, statistical and text functions. Formulae can operate across worksheets and can use named ranges to make it easy for users to understand the spreadsheet logic.

This lecture style demonstration is aimed primarily at HDR candidates who wish to use more complex formulae and inbuilt functions in Excel as part of their research. This session is not a hands-on workshop, and rather aims to provide a demonstration of key features in a lecture style format.

Advanced Formulae and Functions using Excel – Lecture (demonstration only)
Target Audience All Postgraduate Research Students
CaRST Credit 1 hour
Domain A: Knowledge and Intellectual Abilities
Learning Outcomes A1
Mode of Delivery Face to Face
Pre-requisites An understanding of basic navigation and simple formulae in Excel is assumed.
Resources Previous webinars available online
Provider Technology Services
Evidence of Completion Attendance will be recorded online in the University Course Bookings system. A sign-in sheet will be available at the lecture.
Enquiries It.training@adelaide.edu.au
or 8313 1000
ext 31000
Dates 29 May 2017
Booking Through the University Course Bookings system.

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