Chapter 15Using Pivot Tables to Analyze Data
Creating Your First Pivot Table
Dealing with the Compact Layout
Finishing Touches: Numeric Formatting and Removing Blanks
Three Things You Must Know When Using Pivot Tables
Calculating and Roll-Ups with Pivot Tables
Setting Defaults for Future Pivot Tables
A pivot table enables you to summarize thousands or millions of records of data to a one-page summary in just a few clicks.
Suppose you have 400,000 records of transactional data. It is easy for some people to look at this and figure out that it represents $x million. But to learn some things about the data, you need to do some more analysis to spot trends ...
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