Excel 2003 Data Analysis Tools: Sort Data, Subtotals, Pivot Tables and What-If Analysis

This tutorial shows some of the Excel 2003 data analysis tools, including:

Sorting and filtering lists: With the information you have in a list, you can sort and display data that meet certain criteria, insert formulas to calculate subtotals, and create summary tables.

Subtotals: Excel can quickly goes through the whole table and inserts rows and adds totals for the column that you specify.

PivotTable: It is a quick way to analyze data such as summing up data in a rectangular table shape when you have more than one category to summarize upon.

What-If Analysis: The ability to assist in decision making with dynamic models. A dynamic model uses formulas that instantly recalculate when you change values in cells that are used by the formulas.

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