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Excel Skill and Concepts a Data Analyst Should Know
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It is always encouraged that a data analyst should learn how to use Excel or other spreadsheet app to work with data. As a matter of fact, Excel is the closest tool to understanding complex challenges in your Journey.
If you can do it with Excel, you can figure it out for others
Mastering Excel is a Journey and what you end up knowing still depends hugely on your role.
I will however highlight some concepts you should be familiar with as a Data Analyst in Excel.
Note: It is not sufficient to be familiar with them, you should Know WHEN TO USE THEM.
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HTML Cheatsheet

The most common tags explained with usage in simple terms 👇
1️⃣ Document Outline

<!DOCTYPE> : Version of (X)HTML
<html> : HTML Document
<head>: Page Information
<body> : Page Contents
2️⃣ Page Information

<base /> : Base URL
<meta /> : Meta data
<title> : Title
<link/> : Relevant resource
<style>: Style resource
<script> : Script resource
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You don't really need jQuery to manipulate the DOM. Here are 10 popular methods for manipulating the DOM 💈

1. document.querySelector(#name) //returns the 1st element from the DOM with the id of name.

2. document.getElementbyId(head) //returns an element with id of head

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3. var btn =document.querySelectors(.btn) //returns ALL elements from the DOM with a class of btn.

4. btn.addEventListener('click', foo); // calls a function (foo) anytime 'btn' element is clicked

5. btn.removeEventListener('click',foo); //detaches event listener from btn.

6. var Para = document.createElement('p')
//creates a paragraph element in JavaScript. Not in DOM yet

7. var strong = document.createElement('strong');
strong.textContent = 'Hello';

//textContent adds inner text
//strong is then nested inside paragraph
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"I call the narrator Thomas b/c that’s how he refers to himself in the poem. He says the world makes him 'a strange countenance.' " @MADisability Leah Parker on "My Compleinte" by Thomas Hoccleve (1368-1426) #PoetryTwitter acting like #nondis make best #sick poems #YeahRight
1500 years before #RosemarieGarlandThomson , we #disabled were using the word: unhӕlu, pronounced oooon-HAL-loooo. #DisabilityStudies Lecture: "5 Brief Histories" by Leah Pope Parker. #GoodToKnow #Name #Namer #Metonym
Come for Saint Margaret, who is swallowed by a dragon and bursts out of its belly, and stay for "the interrupted heartbeat in the meter" of Hoccleve's work; "a somatic symptom of emotional distress." #CripLit yes, this is a subtweet of the #JerichoBrown thread/poems for doc appt
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#Love can never be #satisfied. If it is satisfied, it is not much of a love. The #greater and #deeper it is, the more #dissatisfaction there will be. It simply shows the vastness, that it will never be satisfied. The moment it is satisfied, it is dead.
#Satisfaction is not a great #quality. It belongs to the little #minds, to the little #hearts.

There are people who are satisfied with a little #money, with a #house, with a little #name, a little #fame, these are #pygmies.
#Giants are never #satisfied. On every new step, they find the #journey is becoming #deeper, more #miraculous, more #mysterious. The #longing is #growing and the heart is full of a sweet #ache.
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