Excel for Data Visualization

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Data Visualisation is the pictorial or graphical representation of data or information. Data Visualization is a part of Data Science and it helps Data Scientists to interpret trends and patterns in data. The idea of using pictures to represent data has been used for over centuries, data science implements the same century old concept to understand data and make data driven decisions. The most commonly used types of data visualisations are – Dashboards, Graphs, Charts, Maps.
In Advance excel visualization, data visualization skills are practiced by leveraging advanced excel built in tools and functions to represent data.

Why should you learn this course?

  • Although the market offers a variety of data visualization tools, Microsoft Excel continues to be the most popular, industry favourite and friendly tool used in Data Visualization practice.

  • With the advancing trend in the Data Science stream, the job opportunities for Data Visualization specialists have also been increasing.

  •  Learning Data Visualization helps Data Visualization specialists to identify visualization techniques and styles best suited for their data. This helps organizations make optimized usage of their data.

  • The tools and techniques of Data Visualization help Data Scientists to express the insights acquired from the Data analysis in a systematic and easy to understand manner.

  • It enables stakeholders to absorb the represented information quickly and thus help them make business critical decisions sooner.


Introduction to MS Excel 2016 Interface
Excel Function (LOOKUP)
Excel Function (Number)
Pivot Table and Pivot Chart in details
Spark Lines
Conditional Formatting
Power Query and Power Pivot
Introduction to Excel Data Modelling
1. Why should I learn Excel for data visualization?
Excel is a powerful tool widely used in business and data analysis. Learning data visualization in Excel allows you to present complex data in a visually appealing and understandable way.
2. What skills do I need before taking this course?
Basic knowledge of Excel is recommended. Understanding functions, formulas, and basic spreadsheet operations will be beneficial.
3. What will I learn in the course?
The course covers essential data visualization techniques using Excel, including creating charts, graphs, and dashboards. You'll also learn how to interpret and communicate data effectively.
4. How will this course benefit my career?
Data visualization skills are in high demand across various industries. Mastering Excel for data visualization can enhance your ability to analyze and present data, making you valuable in roles requiring data-driven decision-making.
5. Can I use the skills learned in this course with other data visualization tools?
Yes, many principles and techniques are transferable to other tools. Excel is widely used, and the skills acquired can serve as a foundation for learning more advanced data visualization tools.
6. Are there any prerequisites for software or versions of Excel required?
Ideally, you should have access to Microsoft Excel 2010 or later versions. The course content will be based on the features available in these versions.
7. Will the course cover advanced Excel functions for data analysis?
While the primary focus is on data visualization, you may learn some intermediate to advanced Excel functions that are useful for data analysis and preparation.
Course details
Level Beginner

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Monday 9:30 am - 7.30 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 7.30 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 7.30 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 7.30 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 7.30 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 7.00 pm
Sunday 10:00 am - 7.00 pm