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Learn how to effectively use Google Sheets to organize, analyze, and visualize data, enhancing your productivity and decision-making skills.
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Build your Google Sheets and report-building skills with interactive courses, tracks and projects, curated by real-world experts.


Introduction to Google Sheets

2 hr
Bring your Google Sheets to life by mastering fundamental skills such as formulas, operations, and cell references.


Google Sheets Fundamentals

17 hr
Become a Google Sheets master. Learn the core skills you need to analyze data using Google Sheets.

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Introduction to Google Sheets

BeginnerSkill Level
2 hr
Bring your Google Sheets to life by mastering fundamental skills such as formulas, operations, and cell references.


Data Analysis in Google Sheets

BeginnerSkill Level
3 hr
Learn to use Google Sheets to clean, analyze, and draw insights from data. Discover how to sort, filter, and use VLOOKUP to combine data.


Pivot Tables in Google Sheets

BeginnerSkill Level
2 hr
Explore the world of Pivot Tables within Google Sheets, and learn how to quickly organize thousands of data points with just a few clicks of the mouse.


Intermediate Google Sheets

BeginnerSkill Level
4 hr
Expand your Google Sheets vocabulary by diving deeper into data types, including numeric data, logical data, and missing data.


Financial Modeling in Google Sheets

IntermediateSkill Level
4 hr
Learn basic business modeling including cash flows, investments, annuities, loan amortization, and more using Google Sheets.
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Boost your data analysis skills with our step-by-step guide on how to analyze, manipulate and write back data in Google Sheets using Python.
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How to Add, Subtract, Divide and Multiply in Spreadsheets

Learn how to apply operations like add, subtract, divide, multiply, and a lot more in Google Spreadsheets with the help of an actual dataset.
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Getting Started with Spreadsheets

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Frequently asked questions

What is the best way to start learning about Google Sheets?

The best way to start is by enrolling in our Introduction to Google Sheets course, which will help you master the fundamental skills such as formulas, operations and cell references. From there, you can continue working through our more advanced courses and completely level up your Google Sheets skills!

Who should take Google Sheets courses?

Our Google Sheets courses are suitable for anyone looking to improve their spreadsheet skills, from beginners who need to understand the basics to advanced users who want to leverage Google Sheets for complex data tasks.

What types of skills can I expect to gain from a Google Sheets courses?

You can expect to learn skills such as creating and formatting spreadsheets, using formulas and functions for calculations, cleaning, analyzing and drawing insights from data, plus creating pivot tables to quickly organize data points.

Do Google Sheets courses require special software?

Google Sheets courses only require a stable internet connection and a Google account, as Google Sheets is a free, web-based application accessible through your web browser.

Should I learn Google Sheets or Excel?

Whether you should learn Google Sheets or Excel depends on your specific needs and work environment. Google Sheets is ideal for real-time collaboration and accessibility from any device with internet, while Excel offers more advanced features for complex data analysis and comprehensive offline work.

If you’re interested in learning Excel, we’ve got you covered - check out our Introduction to Excel course.

How similar are Google Sheets and Excel?

Google Sheets and Excel share many core functionalities such as the use of formulas, pivot tables, and the ability to create various types of data visualizations. Excel, however, typically offers a broader range of complex functions and more advanced data analysis tools, like Power Query and Power Pivot, which are suited for handling large datasets and complex modeling.

On the other hand, Google Sheets excels in real-time collaboration, allowing multiple users to edit and comment simultaneously and integrates seamlessly with other Google services like Google Drive and Google Docs. While Excel provides more extensive customization and scripting capabilities through VBA (Visual Basic for Applications), Google Sheets supports scripting through Google Apps Script, which is based on JavaScript. The choice between the two may depend on the specific needs of your projects, whether you prioritize collaboration or require deep data analysis features.

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