Learn Excel 2010 – “Firefighter Pushups!”: Podcast #1585
This is cool! Use “AverageIf” to get a Dynamic Floating Bracket!
Dave from Florida has a great little workbook to show off today! Dave tallies up annual physical exam statistics for area Fire Departments – which include pushups. In working with the stats, Dave can’t reasonably compare a 20 year olds performance to a 49 year olds performance, so -using inherent functions of Excel – he found an interesting way to work with and present these statistics. Follow along with Bill in Episode #1585 to see Dave’s method and the product of his work.
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