The list of how people use Excel is endless.
- Manage your budget
- Log your running stats
- Prep a mailing list
- Create a home inventory
- Chart your health stats
Excel has become such an everyday tool that it’s often overlooked that Excel is also a powerhouse for data analysis.
There is no need to pay premium prices for t-tests, chi-square, regression or many of the other statistical functions we use as researchers. Excel has a plethora of statistical analysis functions built in. So, no more excuses about analyzing project data! You’ve got the tool you need, you just need to know how to use it.
The skills are waiting for you in our Excel for Market Research Data Analysis course, kicking off on September 5th. This class runs for four sessions (90 minutes each) and covers pivot tables, t-test and chi-square tests, correlation, regression and more in a fun, hands-on way.
Check out a sample video from this course here!
Note that this class will not teach statistical concepts, but will instead focus on how you use Excel to calculate the statistical values. You should have a working knowledge of T-Tests, Chi-squared, and P-values coming into this class —consider these the course pre-requisites.
Ready to flaunt your quant smarts? This Excel class is approved for the Insights Association Certificate in Quantitative Research Principles!