Accurate data entry and analysis can be deceptively labor-intensive and time-consuming. Creating and Verifying Data Sets with Excel is a focused, easy-to-read guide that gives readers the wherewithal to make use of a remarkable set of data tools tucked within Excelatools most researchers are entirely unaware of. Robert E. McGrathas book is the first to focus exclusively on Excel as a data entry system. It incorporates a number of learning tools such as screenshots, text boxes that summarize key points, examples from across the social sciences, tips for creating professional-looking tables, and questions at the end of each chapter. Providing practical strategies to improve and ease the processes of data entry, creation and analysis, this step-by-step guide is a brief, but invaluable resource for both students and researchers. qI have been messing around with data for over 40 years, and I still learned useful techniques and tricks from this book. It will be invaluable for everyone doing data analysis, from novices to experts. I highly recommend it.q aDavid L. Streiner, McMaster University aExcel has become a standard tool in the modern workplace. This well-written and accessible book covers foundational Excel data skills that are rarely taught directly in quantitative methods classes, but are essential for anyone who aspires to succeed in a data-driven environment.a aKurt Taylor Gaubatz, Old Dominion UniversityFor example, Excel guessed there was a variable called K in column 69. In fact ... That is, if the data are separated with tabs, they should automatically sort into columns; if theya#39;re separated by blank spaces, you could try Text to Columns to seeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Creating and Verifying Data Sets with Excel|
|Author||:||Robert E. McGrath|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2014-01-21|