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Excel by Example: A Microsoft Excel Cookbook for Electronics Engineers by

Aubrey Kagan, "Excel by Example: A Microsoft Excel Cookbook for Electronics Engineers"
N,..es | 2004 | ISBN: 0750677562 | 364 pages | PDF | 27,8 MB

Other Excel tutorials cover a range of applications, most of which are not related to electronics. This book covers all the most common uses of Excel in electronics engineering in one handy and concise volume.

The spreadsheet has become a ubiquitous engineering tool, and Microsoft Excel is the standard spreadsheet software package. Over the years, Excel has become such a complex program that most engineers understand and use only a tiny part of its power and features. This book is aimed at electronics engineers and technicians in particular, showing them how to best use Excel's features for computations, circuit modeling, graphing, and data analysis as applied to electronics design. Separate chapters cover lookup tables and file I/O, using macros, graphing, controls, using Analysis Toolpak for statistical analysis, databases, and linking into Excel from other sources, such as data from a serial port. The book is basically an engineering cookbook, with each chapter providing tutorial information along with several Excel "recipes" of interest to electronics engineers.





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