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May 22nd 2017

In this project-centered course*, you will create a content-rich infographic on a topic of your choice using Adobe Illustrator (which you can download for a free, 30-day trial). You might choose to create a visual representation of data from the world of sports, entertainment, politics, or science, to explain a business trend or environmental issue, or even to present a theme or development from your personal life. Your finished infographic will engage your target audience and convey information clearly through effective use of design elements such as typography, color, and structure.

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May 22nd 2017

The use of Excel is widespread in the industry. It is a very powerful data analysis tool and almost all big and small businesses use Excel in their day to day functioning. This course is designed to give you a working knowledge of Excel with the aim of getting to use it for more advance topics in Business Statistics.

Average: 7.7 (10 votes)
May 15th 2017

In this third course of the specialization, we’ll drill deeper into the tools Tableau offers in the areas of charting, dates, table calculations and mapping. We’ll explore the best choices for charts, based on the type of data you are using. We’ll look at specific types of charts including scatter plots, Gantt charts, histograms, bullet charts and several others, and we’ll address charting guidelines.

Average: 5 (2 votes)
Feb 29th 2016

Excel is the program from the Microsoft Office suite that allows you to work with spreadsheets. This program allows you to perform all kinds of operations, classifying and managing data on a large scale. It incorporates a large number of functions and has great features for representing the results graphically.

Average: 3 (15 votes)