Excel is the staple spreadsheet program of the business world for data recording, manipulation, and analysis. And it is also one of the best tools to generate graphs and charts for reporting.
But the plethora of chart options available might be daunting for the first-time viewer: from pies and waterfalls to histograms and scatterplots, which graph should you choose and for what use cases?
In this article, I will explain the four most commonly encountered datasets and
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These techniques cover most of what data scientists and related practitioners are using in their daily activities, whether they use solutions offered by a vendor, or whether they design proprietary tools
The 45 data science techniques
Jackknife Regression *
Test of Hypotheses
Clustering - (aka Unsupervised Learning)