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Google Sheets for Sports Science Course – Dashboard Part 3

Google Sheets for Sports Science Course

Dashboard – Part 3

This is the final video in the Dashboard project. The focus is on chart creation and customization. Donut, Stacked Columns, and Panel charts are used to glue together the more traditional visualization options and some final presentation steps are applied to make the dashboard consistent and presentable.

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Module 1: Basics

Module 2: Dashboard

Module 3: Reports

Module 4: Strength Template

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This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Frank Senders 3 years, 6 months ago.

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  • 10/11/2020 at 17:10 #30096

    Thx John for your clear video’s. In Module part 3 you round up the value (for example for the yoyo). How do you do that. When I select D21 to D24 and produce a graph I get 3 decimal number. Yes I can get around this by adding (in D19) the formula average D22:D24 and selecting the graph in D19:D20.

    Otherwise thank you for your clear video’s and sharing this with us. Kind Regards Franky

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