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Upcoming Live Workshops and Courses in Los Angeles and Cincinnati

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Upcoming Live Workshops and Courses in Los Angeles and Cincinnati

I have several great training sessions and workshops coming up. If you’re interested in receiving training for your organization, let me know.

Los Angeles, California, August 25-27th

Free wine and beer will be served at both classes!

Get the Picture: Intro to Data Visualization Tools With Microsoft Excel

August 25th, 2014, 7-9pm Whether you’re an account, controller, business analyst, manager, report writer, or IT professional, learning how to further leverage the power of Microsoft Excel and better understand the needs of the business user community can do you good. In this workshop, you’ll find out how to explore Excel’s best built-in data visualization tools that you can start using today – no programming required.
Register

The Art-Science of Excel Dashboards

August 27th, 2014, 7-9pm This informative, hands-on workshop is designed especially for business users of Microsoft Excel. You’ll create stunning, interactive Excel dashboards by leveraging concepts you’ve already mastered in Excel, and learn new formulas and simple macro techniques. We’ll also explore data science concepts and visualization theory with dashboard design best practices.
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Cincinnati, Ohio, October 30-31

Analytics in Excel, Two-Day Short Course

This course will introduce intermediate-to-advanced tools in Excel for analytics. We will cover data visualization topics that move beyond the basic charting tools in Excel. Descriptive analytics methods for analyzing data and generating meaningful insights will be covered using PivotTables, PivotCharts and other Excel tools. We will use Excel for predictive analytics by utilizing Excel’s regression tools and other forecasting capabilities.
Registration Here, cost: $595

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