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Welcome to Statfreaks Quick Insights, episode 5 for Horse Racing.

After completing this excel horse racing tutorial, you will be able to.

  1. Set and modify the width of columns with data for optimum viewing.
  2. Apply the filtering function to find high performing Horses within the data files.
  3. Colour Highlight strong performing variables within the data set.
  4. Create a custom formula, then sort the excel sheet using the custom created formula.
  5. Clone an existing excel datasheet to a new one.
  6. Select multiple items and then copy them separately to a new excel datasheet, based on applied filters.
  7. Finishing up and saving your work.

Download Sample Data: TUTORIAL-Doomben-SFR-Excel-Sample

Completed Data File: COMPLETED-Doomben-SFR-Excel-Sample

The full step by step tutorial is also available at this link [TUTORIAL] – Horse Racing Excel Data Tutorial if you wish to follow it via the blog layout, instead of video format.



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