This tutorial series uses data describing Olympic Medals, hosting countries, and various Olympic sporting events. We suggest you go through each tutorial in order. Also, tutorials use Excel 2013 with Power Pivot enabled. For more information on Excel 2013, click here. For guidance on enabling Power Pivot, click here.
In the next tutorial, Extend Data Model relationships using Excel 2013, Power Pivot, and DAX, you build on what you learned here, and step through extending the Data Model using a powerful and visual Excel add-in called Power Pivot. You also learn how to calculate columns in a table, and use that calculated column so that an otherwise unrelated table can be added to your Data Model.
This Instrucable will guide you through creating a basic calculator application in C# using Microsoft's Visual Studo development software. Visual Studio is a form of development software made by Microsoft to help developers create programs more easily. It is free and can be downloaded on their website.What you will need:A computer running Windows 7 or higherAbout 30min - 1hr of free timePossibly a scratch sheet of paper for understanding logic.Visual Studio: 2013 Download: -US/products/visual-studio-express-vs 2010 Download: -us/library/dd831853(v=vs.100).aspxI will be using the 2010 version of Visual Studio in this tutorial, but every version is pretty similar.If you are familiar with the Java programming language, C# functions very similarly. The syntax is just slightly different. Don't worry if you aren't familiar with programming. This Instructable will guide you through the entire process. All you need are some problem solving skills!
Excel is the most powerful tool to manage and analyze various types of Data. This Microsoft Excel tutorial for beginners covers in-depth lessons for Excel learning and how to use various Excel formulas, tables and charts for managing small to large scale business process. This Excel for beginners course will help you learn Excel basics. 2b1af7f3a8