Hands-On Data Analysis Workshop by Ann Emery (Responses)
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Timestamp1. Were you present in-person or via webinar?2. Overall, on a scale of 1-10, how would you describe the workshop?3. How would you describe this workshop compared to other data analysis trainings you've attended?4. How would you describe the pace of the workshop?5. This was the first time I've led a workshop in which half the attendees were present in person and half were present via webinar. If CSSP and/or Ann Emery were to offer similar structure in the future, how might we improve the set-up?6. What's the most valuable skill(s) you learned?7. If we had more time together, I would've loved to learn more about...8. Additional feedback for the instructor:
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1/22/2015 13:56:40In-person10 - Excellent!n/a - This is the first data analysis workshop I've attendedToo fastWe need to make sure that our equipment is up and running properly so that we don't lose time fixing problems! We need to also make sure we have some cookies and sodas or something to re-generate our energies at mid-afternoon, which I noted with fellow staff members.
Pivot Tables and "$" in formulas before the row numbers and before the column alphabets for continuation.Many uses of pivot tables and development of high impact data visualizations.the class was great.
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1/22/2015 16:08:19In-person9
n/a - This is the first data analysis workshop I've attended
Just rightI attended the webinar in person but would suggest for people calling in to have two screens or laptops open - one with the webinar and the other with your own Excel. I can imagine it might be tricky to have both windows open on the same screen.countif for sure. There are many times in a dataset where I have copy and pasted each "section" into a new sheet to find the total for each. It will be much more efficient to use countif moving forward.vlookup. I've heard the term multiple time but have no idea what it means. The training might be my motivation to try and figure it out.I thought you did a really good job handling the technical difficulties, the multiple audiences, and the range in skill level of the participants. The datasets were also appropriate examples and we could easily understand the data we were working with so that we could focus on the Excel skills. I think the pace was a little fast but that is a natural result of trying to fit a ton of information into a relatively short period of time. Overall, great job!
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1/22/2015 16:44:16Via webinar10 - Excellent!Much betterJust rightI thought the set-up worked perfect. It was a little difficult to work in the spreadsheets and see what you were doing but I can't think of a way to fix that unless I used 2 monitors.Pivot tables!!! Short-cuts and tips and tricks.This was really a great training. I really appreciated being able to work in the data as you were explaining. I hope we can schedule more time with you in the future.
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1/28/2015 12:08:20In-person8Much betterJust rightPivot tables
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