How good are you at representing data visually?
In this challenge, we’re looking at some numbers that come in from our website analytics software.
Here’s what to do:
- First, watch the challenge video and read the instructions below the video.
- Review the previously published video(s) or article(s) suggested.
- Download the Excel worksheet you will use to complete the challenge tasks.
- Put yourself to the test!
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We need to generate two charts from each worksheet - one which shows the new and returning visits by country, and the other which shows the proportion, or percentage, of paid accounts by country. Your manager didn't tell you what type of charts to create - it’s your job to determine the best chart based on the type of data you will be representing.
You’ve decided that since you will need to do this process every three months, you should just create a macro to do it all in one click each time.
The charts should be on the same page as the data they represent, and they should be formatted with proper labels and titles.
Set up your macro, run it for each quarter and your job is done.
If you need clues or a refresher, watch our videos on how to make a graph and how to create a macro, and you’ll be ready to take on this challenge.
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Start working on the Excel challenge with this data workbook.
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