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Welcome to Statfreaks Quick Insights, episode 5.

Using Microsoft Excel is always fun, but at times can be challenging when working with data. Luckily, we have put together a great little tutorial which will teach you how to use the essential functions required to work through our Greyhound Racing Excel Data Files.

After completing this tutorial, you will be able to.

  1. Adjust the width of columns with data to fit your screen.
  2. Sort the faster early speed greyhounds, fastest to slowest.
  3. Use the filtering function to find high performing greyhounds in our data.
  4. Colour code high performing greyhound variables.
  5. Create a custom formula, and sort the worksheet based on the formula
  6. Copy an existing worksheet to another
  7. Copy and Paste a set of filtered selections to a new worksheet.
  8. Save your work

This tutorial is referenced from our original Horse Racing Data tutorial which can be found here: [TUTORIAL] – Horse Racing Excel Data Tutorial



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