Summarizing and Slicing Data

An introduction to the use of pivot tables in Excel
Module lessons:

Module: Preparation - Lesson 2 [0:54]
More Rows and Columns
Same idea, but with a different dataset. Data from the CPEC website will be examined.

Each individual row (or record or case) for contains the data associated with a unique transaction, event, or person/thing.

The data, going down each of the columns (or field, or variable) is completely consistent, in both meaning and in format.

At the head (or the top) of each column (or field, or variable) is the column name. Names are required.

To follow along, download sample data: K12_Public_High_School-2003-07.csv
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