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1. EXCEL<br />Whatisexcel?<br />Howitworks?<br />Why use excel?<br />Paulina Poblano Lara<br />2b<br />#1<br />#1230709<br…
  • 1. EXCEL<br />Whatisexcel?<br />Howitworks?<br />Why use excel?<br />Paulina Poblano Lara<br />2b<br />#1<br />#1230709<br />Miss Priscila B<br />
  • 2. Whatisexcel?<br />Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program which allows one to enter numerical values or data into the rows or columns of a spreadsheet, and to use these numerical entries for such things as calculations, graphs, and statistical analysis.<br />
  • 3. Howitworks?<br />Microsoft Excel is easy to use and has very many features so the more you use it the more you learn. The Excel spreadsheet has great documentation through the built-in help menu. Here&apos;s a good beginner&apos;s Excel Tutorial (This site may be offline.) for an overall feel of what Excel can do and to help someone start using the application.<br />We also have a collection of Example Excel Activities that show how Excel can be used in class. There are introductory activities that focus more on the mechanics of using Excel in science context as well as more advanced activities which assume more knowledge of Excel and use it as a tool to explore more in-depth concepts.<br />
  • 4. Why use excel?<br />can be very useful for student interactive activities, interactive lectures, and instructor use for developing materials for class. Example aspects of spreadsheets that are relevant to science education are: Using Excel as a calculator to explore, to use Excel for their own projects and future activities.<br />Graphically displaying equations (analytical models) and real data. <br />Obtaining numerical solutions to more mathematically complex models. <br />Graphically comparing results from a model and observations. <br />Statistical analysis including mean, standard deviation, error bars on graphs, linear and polynomial fits, multivariate analysis, etc. <br />Spectral analysis (Fast Fourier Transforms). <br />
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