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Data Visualisation with Microsoft Excel Interactive Charts
  • Learn to deliver the Excel Chart presentation in a focused, comprehensible and convincing manner.
  • Identify which charts to use in different scenarios, for different purposes and how best to present your data.
  • Leverage on the Excel Functions to create dynamic and interactive Charts. These will enable you to update and filter your data and all information will be reflected in your chart immediately.
  • Explore innovative ideas to enhance your chart presentation.
Topics Covered
Module 1: Introducing the Microsoft Excel Charting
  • Explore various types of Excel Charts
  • Identify the relevant chart for different scenarios, presentations and purposes
  • Familiarize the distinctive components in creating charts
  • Create Essential Charts – Combination Chart, Column Chart and a Bar of Pie Chart
Module 2: Chart Sparklines to Spot Data Trends
  • Leverage the feature of Sparklines – enable audience to analyse trends on the spot.
  • Discover the Types of Sparklines – Line, Column, Win/Loss
  • Apply changes in Sparklines – The Style, The Sparkline Type, Points on the Sparkline and Display Range
Module 3: Key Data Visualization Options

Select the most relevant charts for different presentations, scenarios and purposes.

  • Thermometer Chart – Tracks attainment on how much on a goal has been achieved
  • Target Conditional formatting – Indicates Max and Min points with comments
  • Line Chart with KPIs Colored band – presents a clearer and distinct visualization context
  • Variance Chart – Indicates the actual performance against expected performance
  • Waterfall Chart – Understands the cumulative effect of positive and negative values impacting a subtotal or total value
Module 4: Applying Interactive Charts
Apply crucial formulas in setting a framework of a feasible, dynamic and Interactive Chart
  • Create chart that automatically expand as new data is entered
  • Produce Charts that are scalable, feasible which enable users to automatically update, summarize trends, report of a latest 12 month period
  • Incorporate dynamic scroll bar to increase and decrease the data range of the chart
  • Insert checkboxes to allow users to choose what to display
Target Audience

​This course is relevant to professionals of all levels who present reports and figures using Excel Charts. The audience will be able to get a quick and precise grasp of their presentation.

  • Lecture
  • Demonstration
Scheme SBL Fee RM 530
Duration 7 Hours Members Less -