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Introduction to Data Analysis Using Excel

Introduction to Data Analysis Using Excel In-person Online

Are you looking to get experience with Microsoft Excel for use in your projects, theses or on the job? Join data librarian Daria Orlowska for a live demonstration of combining, organizing and analyzing data using Excel.

During this workshop, attendees will be presented with an abbreviated research question that will serve as a base for:

  • Learning to navigate and use formulas in Excel.
  • Critically examining datasets for bias and limitations. 
  • Discovering how secondary data (data being used for a different purpose than was originally intended when collected, such as the data found in University Libraries lighthouse logs) can be leveraged for research projects. 

This hands-on workshop will use actual datasets with step-by-step instructions that you can begin applying right away to your own projects, so don't miss out!

Tuesday, June 6, 2023
1:30pm - 4:00pm
Classroom A (Waldo 1070) (Map )
Waldo Library
Online (event link will be sent in registration confirmation email)
Daria Orlowska, Jason Glatz
  Faculty and Instructors     Open to the Public     Staff     Students - Graduate     Students - Undergraduate  
  Data Education     Research  

Registration is required. There are 13 in-person seats available. There are 50 online seats available.

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