Google Sheets is a robust, cloud-based application that empowers you to create sophisticated spreadsheets. Whether you are working at your desk—or from your smartphone or tablet on-the-go—Google Sheets helps you organize, analyze, and share your most important data. In this course for Sheets users, you’ll learn how to make your own supercharged spreadsheets, incorporating powerful functions and visualizations to accelerate your data analysis and share meaningful insights with your team. Follow along with exercises and a companion spreadsheet to practice new skills as you encounter them.
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About this Course
Skills you will gain
- Google Sheets
- Data Analysis
- Data Reporting
- Data Visualization (DataViz)
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Welcome to Google Sheets: how to create, edit, and print your spreadsheet
Working with formulas and functions: how to import and analyze your data
Telling stories with data: how to design your sheet to highlight trends
Supercharge your sheet: how to create charts, pivot tables, and reports
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TOP REVIEWS FROM DOING MORE WITH GOOGLE SHEETS
This Course helped me dive down into the Google Sheet features that I've thought know them before, and learned the tips and tricks about the SpreadSheet manipulations. thanks a lot :)
Such a fun course! She made learning so simple. I previously tried taking a course about Excel and wasn't really getting it but this was great! Thank you so much!
A nice survey of Google Sheets, what is possible and how to. Should be a relatively easy effort to go through. Learning probably come after the course and repeated use of Google Sheets.
Really nice course. Wonderfully structured.
More talk on syntax and functions could've been nice but I guess they are for us to try on our own.
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