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Meet Abhi: Using numbers and data to create better customer experiences
From football and music to Windows OS, Abhi Gupta uses numbers and data to create better user experiences.
Meet Kiran: Making Windows ace the fundamentals
The first impression new users get from Windows is critical to Kiran Kumar Dowluru and the Windows Fundamentals team.
Fantasy Football Fans - Check out Excel's new template!
NFL preseason is off and running and fantasy leagues are starting up! Get the edge with Excel's player analysis sheets or run the entire draft from Excel with this fantasy football template -> http://msft.social/B9Vdmv
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Can a doctor (who knows very less about computers ) contribute to microsoft ?
I've been mainly using Bing for the past 3 months on Windows
I've been mainly using Bing search engine in the last 3 months. this is my honest opinion. I enjoy Bing more than Google because Bing has a better layout, Bing has so much more features, like when I want to reverse image search, It shows me the name of the person in the picture or in cases where there is a text in the picture, it uses OCR (Optical Character Recognition) to let me copy the text from the pic and automatically search for it. Bing also gives me lots of categories in image searches. I did a side by side comparison of a subject just yesterday. in Google there was no categories to suggest but Bing suggested lots of categories at top, they were so specific that I was surprised how far it went. Bing has Microsoft Rewards and what it means is that you get points when you do normal searches, you don't need to go to Bing Rewards dashboard to do any additional tasks, but if you want you can and get even more points. These points accumulate and once they reach a certain amount, you can redeem them for a wide range of prizes. I usually redeem them monthly to get free Xbox game pass which I can use to play all news AAA games on PC and Xbox. so basically I always and forever have free game subscription. Bing is integrated into Cortana on Windows 10 which means I don't have to open a browser to type anything, I simply press Windows key and start typing and it shows me search results, when I click on a result, it opens it on the new Edge browser which is my default browser and it's also better than Google Chrome for a long list or reasons. (de-googled browser, Tracking Prevention, Collections, Reading view and all of its features, Read Aloud with custom natural voice etc etc..). Bing also gives me peace of mind knowing that my data and privacy is being handled by a company that revolves around providing services and not data mining. Bing has really and i mean REALLY improved in the last few years and that's why I'm writing this because I'm simply impressed.
What do you use Excel for?
Curious to know how everyone is using Excel. Is it mostly work/spreadsheet related or are you finding creative and fun ways to utilize it?
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The data analysis functions can be used on only one worksheet at a time. When you perform data analysis on grouped worksheets, results will appear on the first worksheet and empty formatted tables will appear on the remaining worksheets. To perform data analysis on the remainder of the worksheets, recalculate the analysis tool for each worksheet.
Learn about data analysis at your fingertips. Quickly create a chart to visualize your data, add sparklines to show data trends, create a PivotTable for in-depth data analysis, apply conditional formatting for visual cues, and more in Excel.
Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) Reference. Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) is a library of functions and operators that can be combined to build formulas and expressions in Power BI, Analysis Services, and Power Pivot in Excel data models.
The audience for this course are data professionals and business intelligence professionals who want to learn how to accurately perform data analysis using Power BI. This course is also targeted toward those individuals who develop reports that visualize data from the data platform technologies that exist on both in the cloud and on-premises.
Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) is a formula expression language used in Analysis Services, Power BI, and Power Pivot in Excel. DAX formulas include functions, operators, and values to perform advanced calculations and queries on data in related tables and columns in tabular data models.