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Pivot table is a powerful tool to make sense of your spreadsheet data. It helps you automatically tabulate and summarize data - including sort, count, total or average value and text. You can use drag-and-drop interface in both Excel and OpenOffice Calc spreadsheet programs.
- What is the concept underlying pivot table?
- Under what circumstances is pivot table useful?
- How do I use pivot table?
- Is pivot table available in both Microsoft Office Excel and OpenOffice Calc spreadsheet programs?
Dishes Chops - OO Data Pilots = Pivot Tables Desserts References and More
This Wikipedia article on Pivot Table reads like an instruction manual.
In data processing, a pivot table is a data summarization tool found in data visualization programs such as spreadsheets or business intelligence software.
This is a clear step-by-step introduction.
Excel's Pivot Table feature is an incredibly powerful tool that makes it easy to tabulate and summarise data in your spreadsheets, particularly if your data changes a lot. If you are finding yourself writing lots of formulas to summarise data in Excel (using functions such as SUMIF and COUNTIF) then Pivot Tables can save you a lot of time and work and give you insights into your data that are otherwise too hard to discover. Not only that, but they also allow you to quickly change how your data i
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