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The spreadsheet is one of the most valuable tools available to business managers and owners, and Microsoft Excel is the most popular spreadsheet program. Excel has many features that make it popular. Among the most useful is the ability to create charts and graphs that allow users to visualize their data. Excel 2013 offers a new feature – Quick Analysis – that makes visualizing data even easier.
Below is an overview of the Quick Analysis tool in Microsoft Excel 2013.
In older versions of Excel, if you wanted to visually analyze your data, you would have to first create a chart or graph and then format it. This could take some time and also lead to mistakes, not to mention the fact that it can be a challenge to pick the correct type of chart or graph for your data type.
To make it easier to visualize your data, the Quick Analysis tool was introduced with Excel 2013. This feature allows users to instantly create charts and graphs with the click of a button. It even suggests a visualization method that best fits your data, making picking the correct way to show the information far easier. You can even add miniature graphs to single cells – called Sparklines – that allow you to quickly spot trends without having to look at a full graph.
Enter your data in a spreadsheet, and if need be include column headings.
When you open the Quick Analysis gallery you will notice that you have five different options:
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Published on 12th November 2013 by Jeanne DeWitt.