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5 of the most important skills data analysts can learn using Microsoft programs

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Learn Microsoft Power BI, Excel, VBA, and Access For $29

PCWorld

Data analysis is a valuable skill set to master. Regardless of the industry you're in, businesses rely on a variety of analytics tools to guide their operations in the right direction. This $29 Microsoft Data Analysis Bundle teaches readers data analysis skills using Microsoft's most popular tools. The first course in this bundle teaches readers how to use Power BI to access reports and dashboards and create visualizations to illustrate insights on their data. The lessons include how to use use the Query Editor to transfer and morph data, perform data modeling operations, and share dashboards and reports with other viewers.


This data analysis course could seriously boost your CV

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TL;DR: The Complete Microsoft Data Analysis Expert Bundle is on sale for £15.87 as of June 14, saving you 98% on list price. To say that the world runs on data is a huge understatement. Google is essentially one of the world's largest data aggregation platforms, while Amazon is collecting reams of consumer behavioral data -- all of which is going into things like retargeting ads that throw internet users' personal info back at them. Big Data analytics adoption skyrocketed in 2018, and it's no surprise that hosting platforms like Amazon Web Services and Big Data analytics technologies like Tensorflow are more popular than ever. Enterprises both big and small are hopping onto the Big Data train, which means data analysts are becoming more indispensable than ever.


A $17 online class in data analytics could give your career a boost

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To say that the world runs on data is a *huge* understatement. Google is essentially one of the world's largest data aggregation platforms, while Amazon is collecting reams of consumer behavioral data -- all of which is going into things like retargeting ads that throw internet users' personal info back at them (sometimes in highly creepy fashion, BTW). Big Data analytics adoption skyrocketed in 2018 alone, and it's no surprise that hosting platforms like Amazon Web Services and Big Data analytics technologies like Tensorflow are more popular than ever. Enterprises both big and small are hopping onto the Big Data train, which means data analysts are becoming more indispensable than ever. Because without these analysts to pull, sort, interpret, and ultimately apply all that data to their organizations' projects?


Develop Microsoft Excel skills that can boost your career with these $35 courses

ZDNet

Microsoft Excel is one of the most widely-used spreadsheet programs in the world, but the program can go beyond simple formulas. And the skills to use those advanced features are highly valued by employers. So if you want to turbocharge your Excel skills, check out the 2022 Complete Microsoft Excel Expert Bundle, which features content for a broad range of experience levels -- from complete novices to intermediate users. If you're new to Excel, you can start with "Microsoft Excel 2019 - Beginners Course" or "Microsoft Excel 2019 for Mac – Beginners" to learn the basics of Excel 2019 or Excel 365, then move on to "Microsoft Excel 2019 - Advanced Course" to continue beyond the fundamentals. Alternatively, if you use Office 365's version of Excel, you should take "Microsoft Excel 2021/365 - Beginners Course" and "Microsoft Excel 2021/365 - Intermediate Course" because some functions and features are only available in this version.