Learn how to figure out what columns you need from a data set.
Build a pivot table and visualizations of the data.
Decipher the data and learn how to make decisions based on the information.
The Supply Chain Planning course walks learners through the critical first step in Supply Chain Management, planning. In the course project scenario, your company supplies Personal Protective Equipment and ventilators to hospitals and clinics across the US. You have been asked by your company’s executives and state health officials to prepare an analysis of the US, by state and region, identifying locations of highest need for supplies and ventilators. This is called a Supply Plan. Throughout the course you will walk through building the Supply Plan. You'll begin by extracting the needed data then preparing the data for a Supply Plan. You will then create a PivotTable to analyze the data. From here you will learn how to create a set of visualizations and then add these visualizations to a presentation so that you can report on your findings.
In a video that plays in a split-screen with your work area, your instructor will walk you through these steps:
Gather the proper data.
Prepare the data for analysis.
Build a pivot table with the data.
Use the pivot table to make visualizations of the pivot table.
Using the visualization to understand what's happening and to build a report on the data.
Your workspace is a cloud desktop right in your browser, no download required
In a split-screen video, your instructor guides you step-by-step
If you are in supply chain/logistics field, it should help you to learn how to Make Supply Chain Logistics Decisions in Spreadsheets.
Its an Okay course if you have some spreadsheet knowledge but if you are new to this course then it a good explanatory course
EXCELLENT, a good courses for those who learn and want to analyze data using covid 19 data for the decision of supply chain
The course was upto the mark for a fresher to start visualising and creating logistic decisions
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