Make the most of your Excel package in the laboratory
Data analysis is a vital aspect of the work of an analytical scientist, and it is often facilitated by using Excel spreadsheets. Excel may be used to carry out the statistical analysis of data, automate the production of results and aid data trackability. The effective use of Excel for the evaluation of data requires an understanding of its functions and the correct use of statistics. This course is aimed at analysts and covers the main Excel functions commonly applied to data analysis. The course will include hands-on workshops using laptops to facilitate the application of theory.
Who should attend?
The course is aimed at analysts who are beginning to use Excel for tasks such as summarising data (using basic functions
and formulas), producing calibration curves, or statistical analysis. The course will also be useful for anyone who is self-taught and looking to fill any gaps in their knowledge. The course focuses on the practical application of Excel and is suitable for those with limited or no prior experience of using Excel.
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