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1. If the Solver button doesn t appear in the Analysis group on the Data tab, follow
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the instructions from earlier in this section to install it.
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2. In the Analysis group on the Data tab, click Solver.
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The Solver Parameters dialog box opens.
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3. Click in the Set Objective box, and then click cell G9.
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$G$9 appears in the Set Objective field.
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Analyzing Alternative Data Sets
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4. Click Max. 5. Click in the By Changing Variable Cells field, and select cells E5:E8.
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$E$5:$E$8 appears in the By Changing Variable Cells field.
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6. Click Add.
The Add Constraint dialog box opens.
7. Select cells E5:E8.
$E$5:$E$8 appears in the Cell Reference field.
Finding Optimal Solutions by Using Solver
8. In the operator list, click int. Then click Add.
Excel adds the constraint to the Solver problem, and the Add Constraint dialog box clears to accept the next constraint.
9. Click cell F9.
=$F$9 appears in the Cell Reference field.
10. Click in the Constraint field, and then click cell G11.
=$G$11 appears in the Constraint field.
11. Click Add.
Excel adds the constraint to the Solver problem, and the Add Constraint dialog box clears to accept the next constraint.
12. Click cell G9.
$G$9 appears in the Cell Reference field.
13. In the operator list, click >=. 14. Click in the Constraint field, and then click cell G12.
=$G$12 appears in the Constraint field.
15. Click Add.
Excel adds the constraint to the Solver problem, and the Add Constraint dialog box clears to accept the next constraint.
16. Select cells E5:E7.
$E$5:$E$7 appears in the Cell Reference field.
17. In the operator list, click >=. 18. Click in the Constraint field, and then click cell G13.
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=$G$13 appears in the Constraint field.
19. Click Add.
Excel adds the constraint to the Solver problem, and the Add Constraint dialog box clears to accept the next constraint.
20. Click cell E8.
$E$8 appears in the Cell Reference field.
21. In the operator list, click >=. 22. Click in the Constraint field, and then click cell G14.
=$G$14 appears in the Constraint field.
23. Click Add.
Excel adds the constraint to the Solver problem, and the Add Constraint dialog box clears to accept the next constraint.
24. Select cells E5:E8.
$E$5:$E$8 appears in the Cell Reference field.
25. Verify that the <= operator appears in the operator field, click in the Constraint
field, and then click cell G15. =$G$15 appears in the Constraint field.
26. Click OK.
Excel adds the constraint to the Solver problem and closes the Add Constraint dialog box, and the Solver Parameters dialog box opens again.
27. Click Solve.
The Solver Results dialog box opens, indicating that Solver found a solution. The result is displayed in the body of the worksheet.
Analyzing Data by Using Descriptive Statistics
28. Click Cancel.
The Solver Results dialog box closes. CLEAN UP Save the AdBuy workbook, and then close it.
Analyzing Data by Using Descriptive Statistics
Experienced business people can tell a lot about numbers just by looking at them to see if they look right. That is, the sales figures are about where they re supposed to be for a particular hour, day, or month; the average seems about right; and sales have increased from year to year. When you need more than an informal assessment, however, you can use the tools in the Analysis ToolPak. If you don t see the Data Analysis item in the Analysis group on the Data tab, you can install it. To do so, click the File tab, and then click Options. In the Excel Options dialog box, click Add-Ins to display the Add-Ins page. At the bottom of the dialog box, in the Manage list, click Excel Add-Ins, and then click Go to display the Add-Ins dialog box. Select the Analysis ToolPak check box and click OK.
Tip You might be prompted for the Microsoft Office system installation CD. If so, put the CD in your CD drive, and click OK.
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After the installation is complete, the Data Analysis item appears in the Analysis group on the Data tab.
You then click the item representing the type of data analysis you want to perform, click OK, and use the commands in the resulting dialog box to analyze your data. In this exercise, you ll use the Analysis ToolPak to generate descriptive statistics of driver sorting time data. SET UP You need the DriverSortTimes_start workbook located in your 08 practice file folder to complete this exercise. Open the DriverSortTimes_start workbook, and save it as DriverSortTimes. Then follow the steps.
1. On the Data tab, in the Analysis group, click Data Analysis.
The Data Analysis dialog box opens.
2. Click Descriptive Statistics, and then click OK.
The Descriptive Statistics dialog box opens.
3. Click in the Input Range field, and then select cells C3:C17.
$C$3:$C$17 appears in the Input Range field.
Key Points
4. Select the Summary statistics check box. 5. Click OK.
A new worksheet that contains summary statistics about the selected data appears.
CLEAN UP Save the DriverSortTimes workbook, and then close it. If you re not continuing directly to the next chapter, exit Excel.
Key Points
Scenarios enable you to describe many potential business cases within a single
workbook.
It s usually a good idea to create a normal scenario that enables you to reset
your worksheet.
Remember that you can change up to 32 cells in a scenario, but no more. You can summarize your scenarios on a new worksheet to compare how each
scenario approaches the data.
Use Goal Seek to determine what value you need in a single cell to generate the
desired result from a formula.
If you want to vary the values in more than one cell to find the optimal mix of inputs
for a calculation, use the Solver Add-In.
Advanced statistical tools are available in the Analysis ToolPak use them to examine
your data thoroughly.
at a Glance
Analyze data dynamically by using PivotTables, page 212 Filter, show, and hide PivotTable data, page 222
Edit PivotTables, page 236
Format PivotTables, page 242
Create PivotTables from external data, page 250
Creating Dynamic Worksheets by Using PivotTables
In this chapter, you will learn how to Analyze data dynamically by using PivotTables. Filter, show, and hide PivotTable data. Edit PivotTables. Format PivotTables. Create PivotTables from external data.
When you create Microsoft Excel 2010 worksheets, you must consider how you want the data to appear when you show it to your colleagues. You can change the formatting of your data to emphasize the contents of specific cells, sort and filter your worksheets based on the contents of specific columns, or hide rows containing data that isn t relevant to the point you re trying to make. One limitation of the standard Excel worksheet is that you can t easily change how the data is organized on the page. For example, in a worksheet in which each column represents an hour in the day, each row represents a day in a month, and the body of the worksheet contains the total sales for every hourly period of the month, you can t change the worksheet quickly so that it displays only sales on Tuesdays during the afternoon. There is an Excel tool with which you can create worksheets that can be sorted, filtered, and rearranged dynamically to emphasize different aspects of your data. That tool is the PivotTable.
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