The creation and continued development of web applications require numerous data sets. How exactly these datasets are stored in databases is crucial for the user. The CouchDB database management system stores data in a way that is schema-free and document-oriented. Non-structured or half-structured data can be virtually filtered and structured without any issues.
Realigning a table can be a marathon task. Copying or re-typing each cell individually – that takes time. Thankfully, areas can be transposed in Excel. This way, you can convert rows into columns and columns into rows, almost like turning the table on its side. Excel offers a function to do this with paste and even its own array formula.
If you regularly work with tables, you often encounter rows without content when reworking and restructuring them. Removing each of these rows by hand is often very tedious. However, Excel can find these blanks automatically. There are even several ways to delete blank rows in Excel. We will introduce two of them in the following.
Microsoft Excel has many functions that help you produce calculations, statistics, and tables. Some of these functions do not even make it into the official list in the software. DATEDIF is one of those hidden functions that can help you calculate periods of time. The result can be shown in days, months or years. We’ll explain how it works.
In Excel, we almost always work with cell references. Rather than entering values into formulas individually, we pull them from the cells of tables. The INDIRECT Excel function enables you to even obtain references from other cells. This can be helpful when working with multiple worksheets or when creating complex formulas, for example. We explain how to use INDIRECT in Excel.
Many people use dates regularly in Microsoft Excel. However, the problem with dates is that they don’t automatically distinguish between working days and weekends. Excel does, however, provide a function that allows you to analyze working days separately. Using Excel’s WORKDAY function, you can calculate deadlines more precisely.
To work with large data sets, long tables, and large arrays, Excel offers several features. These facilitate navigation through the mass of values and data. For instance, to quickly find the right cell, you can use MATCH in Excel. The function searches for a value and then specifies the position of the cell. How does it work?
Get more out of Excel: SUMIF makes it easier to work with balance sheets and analyses. Add only the values you need – completely automatically. From simple calculations to complex formulas, it’s all possible with the SUMIF function in Excel. How do you use the function? And what does the syntax look like?
Excel is a powerful tool for formatting, analyzing and presenting your data. Excel lets you create tables that perfectly organize groups of data and provide useful features like sorting and filtering functions, for example. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create Excel tables and tailor them to your individual needs.
Drop-down lists allow you to configure tables in Excel in a way that is more professional, easier and less prone to errors. However, like anything else in day-to-day work, drop-down menus also have to be changed now and again. For this reason, we are going to explain how to edit Excel drop-down lists so you can adapt their content and appearance and add useful information for other users.