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# \$5 COUPON LINK - Excel Udemy Course: Excel with Excel Dynamic Graphs, Dashboards & Pivot Charts

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Learn everything about Charts with Excel 2013
Create Interactive Advanced Excel Charts, Pivot Charts and Dashboards - with Microsoft Excel 2013 + Free Excel Templates
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### \$5 COUPON LINK - Excel Udemy Course: Excel with Excel Dynamic Graphs, Dashboards & Pivot Charts

1. 1. Excel: Master Excel and convert Data into powerful Charts Learn Microsoft Excel's charting tools and data visualization techniques and create Professional Dynamic Excel Charts
2. 2. First of all Thank you For taking my course! And don’t forget:  I answer all student's questions  I’ll update the course and add new material as often as I could.  Honest reviews are always greatly appreciated
3. 3. SECTION 1 : Welcome to Excel Charts What is a chart?  A chart is a visual representation of numeric values.  Charts offers you at-a-glance views that allows you to specify relationships between data values.  With a chart you can easily spot trends and patterns
4. 4. We will learn some of the most useful chart types We will learn the most important elements of a chart like:  Chart and plot area  Special elements of 3D charts  Legends and Gridlines Getting to Know the Elements and Types of a Chart SECTION 2 : The Basics of an Excel Chart
5. 5. How can we choose the right type of chart? Which type of chart is ideal for specific type of data? The feature of Live Preview How to select the right Chart for your Data? SECTION 2 : The Basics of an Excel Chart
6. 6. Using the keyboard and different methods to create a quick chart Quick Analysis tool The new feature of Excel 2013: Recommended Charts Select Data and Create a Chart with various ways SECTION 2 : The Basics of an Excel Chart
7. 7. Although a chart floats above your worksheet data, it may reposition itself automatically whenever you resize a row or column beneath it. You can prevent these random changes by adjusting the chart's properties. You can also use Excel's worksheet protection feature to prevent others from accidentally moving the chart to another part of the document. Prevent a Chart from Moving and Sizing with Cells on the Worksheet SECTION 3 : Modifying our chart visually
8. 8. Three (3) ways to resize a chart Different ways to move a chart Three ways to resize a Chart and move it to any location SECTION 3 : Modifying our chart visually
9. 9. How to change a default chart The secrets of chart templates Choosing a Chart Type, Chart Templates and Live Preview SECTION 3 : Modifying our chart visually
10. 10. The right way for filling gaps Three (3) methods to solve the problem of empty cells How to link data with the graph and how to fill the gaps of a chart SECTION 3 : Modifying our chart visually
11. 11. How to change colors? What are Themes? Using Design Tab to change colors Paintbrush-Chart style tool Change the Layout or Style of a Chart SECTION 3 : Modifying our chart visually
12. 12. Quick Layout feature Orientation of a chart Add Chart Elements button Select Layouts and learn to modify all the elements of a chart SECTION 4 : Options and Elements of a chart
13. 13. Different ways to add chart titles Modifying a title Chart Titles and how to link them with a cell SECTION 4 : Options and Elements of a chart
14. 14. Dynamic labels in Excel are labels that change according to the data you're viewing. We can interactively change the labeling of data. A common use for dynamic labels is labeling interactive charts. How to use dynamic labels and titles and make your chart interactive SECTION 4 : Options and Elements of a chart
15. 15. Axes and their usefulness in a chart Change the scaling of an axis Axis and hours Create a secondary axis Learn Chart Axes in depth and add a Secondary Axis SECTION 4 : Options and Elements of a chart
16. 16. What are Drop lines? Statistical trendlines Moving averages Error bars How to use Statistics with Line Chart and choosing the best trendline SECTION 4 : Options and Elements of a chart
17. 17. Data labels Explain Format Data Labels dialog box All about gridlines Displaying Data - Custom Axis Labels and Gridlines SECTION 4 : Options and Elements of a chart
18. 18. Two (2) basic ways to add new data in chart Using combo charts Updating and adding new data in Chart with keyboard and mouse SECTION 5 : Chart’s data source - Updating Charts
19. 19. How to link our data properly Link a legend Add new Data to an existing Chart, from different worksheets SECTION 5 : Chart’s data source - Updating Charts
20. 20. Using pictures instead of colors How to create a fantastic pictograph using the online-loyalty free photos button Use Pictures in Chart and how to create a Pictograph SECTION 6 : Using Text, Pictures, Shapes and Effects
21. 21. Saving a chart as a picture and creating picture effects, three dimensional (3D) rotation and other settings Unlinking a Chart and saving it as a picture - Static charts SECTION 6 : Using Text, Pictures, Shapes and Effects
22. 22. Learn to use a not so famous but fantastic tool Create a live picture of an entire range Useful for making dashboards Excel’s Camera Tool and how we can use it SECTION 6 : Using Text, Pictures, Shapes and Effects
23. 23. • Camera tool is useful when we create Dashboards • There are 3 basic ways to enhance your dashboards. • 1) It’s very easy to resize and move the picture of a chart and test different layouts • 2) Sometimes we need to rotate a vertical chart to a horizontal orientation. When the live picture of the chart is created , all you have to do is rotate the picture using the rotate handle. • 3) If you want small charts, the picture of the chart allows you to achieve small chart sizes and keeps the pixel ratios intact. Camera tool and 3 basic ways to enhance your Dashboard SECTION 6 : Using Text, Pictures, Shapes and Effects
24. 24. Various ways to add shapes to a chart How to use shape effects (like shadow, glow and 3D rotation) Using Shapes and Effects to make prettier Charts SECTION 6 : Using Text, Pictures, Shapes and Effects
25. 25. Add text anywhere in the chart Choosing the correct wordart style to create an impressive title Using Text and Wordart fancy Styles in a Chart SECTION 6 : Using Text, Pictures, Shapes and Effects
26. 26. Sparklines are small, simple charts that are easy to make, easy to understand, and small enough to fit in a single cell alongside your data. Learn everything about sparklines and why they are useful for dashboards. What are Sparklines? SECTION 7 : Sparklines and Mini Graphs that Make Data Analysis Fun
27. 27. An in-cell chart is useful because it can instantly provide trending details. Learn how to make an instant, in-cell bar graph. In-cell charting techniques using REPT function SECTION 7 : Sparklines and Mini Graphs that Make Data Analysis Fun
28. 28. Column Chart - the most widely used chart type SECTION 8 : Basic Excel Chart Types 0 200 400 600 Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 Clustered Column Excel Power Point Word Outlook 0 500 1000 1500 2000 Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 Stacked Column Excel Power Point Word Outlook Excel Word 0 200 400 600 Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 3D Column Excel Power Point Word Outlook
29. 29. Bar Chart - and the main difference with Column Chart 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 Clustered Bar Outlook Word Power Point Excel 0 500 1000 1500 2000 Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 3D Stacked Bar Excel Power Point Word Outlook SECTION 8 : Basic Excel Chart Types
30. 30. Line Chart (show me the trend!) 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 Line Excel Power Point Word Outlook Sales €0.00 €200,000.00 €400,000.00 €600,000.00 €800,000.00 €1,000,000.00 €1,200,000.00 €1,400,000.00 01-01-13 03-01-13 05-01-13 07-01-13 09-01-13 11-01-13 13-01-13 15-01-13 17-01-13 19-01-13 21-01-13 23-01-13 25-01-13 27-01-13 29-01-13 31-01-13 Line SECTION 8 : Basic Excel Chart Types
31. 31. Pie Chart - show proportions to a whole 3D pie Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 Pie Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 SECTION 8 : Basic Excel Chart Types
32. 32. Doughnut Chart - a pie chart displaying more than one data series Chart Title Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 SECTION 8 : Basic Excel Chart Types
33. 33. Area Chart - useful for time periods 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 Stacked Area Excel Power Point Word Outlook Sales €0.00 €500,000.00 €1,000,000.00 €1,500,000.00 01-01-13 03-01-13 05-01-13 07-01-13 09-01-13 11-01-13 13-01-13 15-01-13 17-01-13 19-01-13 21-01-13 23-01-13 25-01-13 27-01-13 29-01-13 31-01-13 Line SECTION 8 : Basic Excel Chart Types
34. 34. Scatter (XY) Chart - ideal for scientific, statistical or engineering data 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 0:00 4:48 9:36 14:24 19:12 0:00 4:48 No of Ice-cream Sales SECTION 8 : Basic Excel Chart Types
35. 35. Bubble Chart - a combination of Scatter and Area Chart -100 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Market share(%) Sales (\$) SECTION 8 : Basic Excel Chart Types
36. 36. Stock Chart - ideal for stocks or temperatures 33.00 38.00 43.00 48.00 53.00 58.00 26-08-14 02-09-14 09-09-14 16-09-14 23-09-14 30-09-14 07-10-14 14-10-14 21-10-14 28-10-14 Chart Title Open High Low Close SECTION 8 : Basic Excel Chart Types
37. 37. Radar Charts (or spider charts!) and Surface Charts 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Okt Nov Dec Radar with Markers Avg Temp. Greece Avg Temp. Italy Avg Temp. Germany Avg Temp. Greece Avg Temp. Germany 0 10 20 30 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Okt Nov Dec Surface Chart 0-10 10-20 20-30 SECTION 8 : Basic Excel Chart Types
38. 38. Gantt Chart - for project management applications Gantt charts make it easy to visualize project management timelines by transforming task names, start dates, durations, and end dates into cascading horizontal bar charts. SECTION 9 : Advanced Excel Chart Types (Gantt chart, Speedometer-Gauge chart and more)
39. 39. Speedometer (Gauge) Charts: learn how to create and use them in Dashboards In this lecture we will create an amazing workable speedometer or gauge graph. Speedometers are often used in professional dashboard and provide key performance informations about current indicators. SECTION 9 : Advanced Excel Chart Types (Gantt chart, Speedometer-Gauge chart and more)
40. 40. Pareto Chart or the 80-20 chart - for business analysis A Pareto chart combines a column chart and a line graph. The Pareto principle states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. SECTION 9 : Advanced Excel Chart Types (Gantt chart, Speedometer-Gauge chart and more)
41. 41. Waterfall (or Bridge) charts - Use them and make awesome sales analysis An Excel Waterfall chart shows the cumulative effect of positive and negative amounts, based on a starting value. SECTION 9 : Advanced Excel Chart Types (Gantt chart, Speedometer-Gauge chart and more)
42. 42. Bullet chart - a variation of a thermometer chart Found in many dashboards, the bullet graph serves as a replacement for dashboard gauges and meters. SECTION 9 : Advanced Excel Chart Types (Gantt chart, Speedometer-Gauge chart and more)
43. 43. Combo Chart - a combination of different chart types A combination chart is a chart that combines two or more chart types in a single chart. SECTION 9 : Advanced Excel Chart Types (Gantt chart, Speedometer-Gauge chart and more) 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Year 2010 Year 2011 Year 2012 Year 2013 Year 2014 Chart Title Excel sales(million \$) Advertising expenses
44. 44. Dynamic Charts and a taste of Dashboards SECTION 9 : Advanced Excel Chart Types (Gantt chart, Speedometer-Gauge chart and more)
45. 45. How new data become automatically part of the chart Using OFFSET function to create a dynamic chart Create a Dynamic Chart using Tables SECTION 10 : Dynamic Charts - Learn how to create Interactive Excel Charts
46. 46. If you cannot use data tables, you can use OFFSET formula to make dynamic ranges for chart data Create a Dynamic Chart using OFFSET Function SECTION 10 : Dynamic Charts - Learn how to create Interactive Excel Charts
47. 47. Dynamic Charts using Data Filters Did you know that your charts will dynamically adjust as you filter the underlying data? Learn how in this lecture. SECTION 10 : Dynamic Charts - Learn how to create Interactive Excel Charts
48. 48. Create an Interactive Chart using Form Controls, like scroll bar Here is a dynamic way of presenting the information, for example month by month, based on your projections. A pretty effective way of presenting the information using form controls. Learn all the steps to create a powerful dynamic chart and the usefuleness for the dashboards. SECTION 10 : Dynamic Charts - Learn how to create Interactive Excel Charts
49. 49. Create a Histogram in Excel using Frequency Distribution A Histogram is a chart that displays frequency data. Learn in this lecture to create a Histogram, showing specific data organized into breakpoints and using the function frequency properly. SECTION 10 : Dynamic Charts - Learn how to create Interactive Excel Charts
50. 50. How to dynamically change chart data using INDEX function Learn how to create awesome dynamic charts with INDEX function SECTION 10 : Dynamic Charts - Learn how to create Interactive Excel Charts
51. 51. The anatomy of a Pivot Table Pivot tables allow you to manipulate report output for ad hoc and interactive analysis. The Pivot table is composed of the following areas: • Filters • Rows • Columns • values Learn how to create a Pivot Table easy. SECTION 11 : Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts
52. 52. How to create a Pivot Charts using different methods A PivotChart can help you make sense of this data. While a PivotChart shows data series, categories, and chart axes the same way a standard chart does, it also gives you interactive filtering controls right on the chart so you can quickly analyze a subset of your data. Learn the two main methods to create a Pivot Chart. SECTION 11 : Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts
53. 53. Modifying Pivot Chart and how to use Slicers to filter data Slicers provide buttons that you can click to filter PivotTable data. In addition to quick filtering, slicers also indicate the current filtering state, which makes it easy to understand what exactly is shown in a filtered PivotTable report. Learn how to present Pivot Charts in an interactive way using Slicers and various ways to modify a Pivot Chart. SECTION 11 : Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts
54. 54. Changing the format of a Pivot Chart and the role of field buttons You can filter the data in a pivot chart directly using field buttons. How can we change the colors, elements and layout of a chart? Also learn an easy way to filter the data inside the chart, using field buttons. SECTION 11 : Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts
55. 55. Analyze Facebook Ad Reports with Excel Pivot Tables and Charts An easy way to analyze Facebook Ad Reports with Excel Pivot Tables and Charts SECTION 11 : Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts
56. 56. Dashboards: Design principles and 10 golden rules Dashboards can be powerful tools in communicating your organization's important measurement data at a glance. Here are 10 golden rules SECTION 12 : Excel Dashboards for Business using Pivot Charts and Pivot Tables
57. 57. How to create a Dashboard - part: 1 SECTION 12 : Excel Dashboards for Business using Pivot Charts and Pivot Tables
58. 58. How to create a Dashboard - part: 2 SECTION 12 : Excel Dashboards for Business using Pivot Charts and Pivot Tables
59. 59. How to create a Dashboard - part: 3 SECTION 12 : Excel Dashboards for Business using Pivot Charts and Pivot Tables
60. 60. Linking charts with Word and Powerpoint SECTION 13 : The finishing touch – sharing and printing our chart
61. 61. Printing a chart SECTION 13 : The finishing touch – sharing and printing our chart
62. 62. Thank you!