Dueling Excel – “Descriptive Statistics”: Podcast #1568

June 29, 2012 at 3:16 pm


In our latest Dueling Excel Podcast, Mike “ExcelisFun” Girvin and Bill “MrExcel” Jelen look at using =SUM, =AVERAGE, =STDEV, =MIN, =MAX with a Pivot Table and More to show a set of Descriptive Statistics from the current Data Set. Follow along with Mike and Bill in Episode #1568 to see a few very important Functions in action!

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