# Training Materials.pdf

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### Training Materials.pdf

• 1. Excel Primer for we… we…
• 2. Let’s talk How are you doing?
• 3. What is data? is a collection of discrete values that convey information, describing fact or symbols that may be further interpreted
• 5. What is MS Excel? Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet for calculation, pivot tables, and macro programming
• 6. How to process data? Load Extract Trans form
• 8. Exercise one! You are not On Your Own. Save the workbook with your group name e.g GROUP1.xlsx
• 9. Let’s play Are you ready?
• 10. Task 1: Studying the ground Change size of text to 48 On Sheet 1, click on Cell B4, color it green Type your favourite animal in Cell B4
• 11. Task 2: Linking yesterday What do you see? Go to Sheet2 and Color B4 Yellow In B4, type “=”, then Click on Sheet1:B4
• 12. Task 3: What is the time? What do you see? Go to Sheet3, Click on Cell B2 In B2, type “=TODAY()” In B4, type “=NOW()”
• 14. Task 1: How much is my bill? How much did the incident cost? On 30/1/20, a male fell in California On what row is the data? What is his age range?
• 15. Task 2: Who was affected? How old and what part was affected? On 6/9/21, a medical claim was made for falling object Which gender is the patient from Texas?
• 16. The COUNT function counts the number of cells that contain numbers, and counts numbers within a list. Use SUM as =COUNT(What’s the cell range to check?) Tip For example: =COUNT(A2:A10) Counts the number values in cells A2:10 =SUM(A2:A10, C2:C10) Adds the values in cells A2:10, as well as cells C2:C10
• 17. Task 1: How many days in the sheet? How many days are in the record? Go to the ﬁrst empty cell in Row 1 Type “=count(M: M)”
• 18. Use the COUNTIF to get the number of entries in a range of cell that meet a condition. Use COUNTIF as =COUNTIF(Where do you want to look?, What do you want to look for?) Source: theguardian.com Tip For example: =COUNTIF(A2:A5,"London") To count the number of cells that contain London from range of cells A2-A5 =COUNTIF(A2:A5,A4) To count the number of cells that have the same value in A4 in the range of cells A2-A5
• 19. Task 2: Where are the males? How many males are there? Use COUNTIF to count how many male… … are in Column C
• 20. Task 2: Who runs the world? How many females are there? Use COUNTIF to count how many… … females are in Column C