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By Glyn Davis
Business Statistics using Excel offers a step-by-step guide to the theory and methodology behind the use of statistics in business. Integrated screenshots offer clear guidance through each Excel process and exercises are imbedded throughout each chapter to ensure that students engage with the content and frequently test their understanding.
Includes exercises that teach you how to use Microsoft[registered] Excel[registered] using applications from statistics, data analysis equilibrium calculations and more. This book shows you how to use a spreadsheet to construct log diagrams and to plot the results. It includes advanced graphical methods: error bars, charts with insets, and more.
Offering a comprehensive review of all the functionalities of pivot tables, this work provides practical scenarios that demonstrate the benefits and also explains how to avoid common pitfalls of every day data crunching.
By Les Kirkup
Introducing data analysis techniques to help undergraduate students develop the tools necessary for studying and working in the physical sciences.
Financial Analysis with Microsoft Excel
For undergraduate and graduate courses in corporate finance or financial management. This book focuses on active learning by teaching students how to build and estimate financial models using Excel so they understand the steps involved, rather than being handed completed spreadsheets.
Management Science Modeling, International Edition (with Essential Textbook Resources Printed Access Card, Intl. Edition)
Uses an active-learning approach and realistic problems to help you understand and take advantage of the power of spreadsheet modeling. This title includes real examples and problems drawn from finance, marketing, and operations research. It emphasizes modeling over algebraic formulations and memorization of particular models.