The most widely used spreadsheet application in the world, Excel is a key part of the Microsoft
Office suite of applications. You can use Excel for anything from a small spreadsheet of household
finances to monster databases of all your company’s products, customers, and sales. You can use
Excel either on its own or together with the other Office applications.
Excel 2003 builds on the many previous versions of Excel to deliver powerful functionality
and many new features along with a slick and easy-to-use interface. If you’re new to Excel, you’ve
got a large amount to learn.
Data Analysis and Presentation Skills: An Introduction for the Life and Medical Sciences is an invaluable text allowing students to develop appropriate key skills when designing experiments, generating results, analysing data and ultimately presenting findings to academics and referees. Taking a hands-on approach, each of these key areas is introduced clearly and carefully, showing how to access and evaluate information using a variety of resources.
Basic analytical theory is gradually introduced alongside practical applications to enhance student understanding.
When you ask most people which software tool they use for their daily
data analysis, the answer you most often get is Excel. Indeed, if you were
to enter the key words data analysis in an Amazon.com search, you would
get a plethora of books on how to analyze your data with Excel.