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Getting Started With Excel
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Excel is a very common spreadsheet application, and developing mastery of this powerful tool can be a bit difficult for those who might be less experienced with its various features and analytical tools. This rather useful Excel tutorial is part of the StudyFinance.com website, which was developed by Professor Sharon Garrison of the University of Arizona. The tutorial is divided into eight sections, which include ?Entering and Editing Data?, ?Formatting the Worksheet?, and ?Creating a Chart?. Each section contains several short paragraphs of text, complemented effectively with a few helpful graphics. The tutorial is rounded out by several problem assignments that will make sure students ha...
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control...
This site, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, contains a research article titled "A Focus of Deer Tick Virus Transmission in the Northcentral...
Is Human Evolution Finally Over?
This article by Robin McKie from Guardian Unlimited discusses a scientific debate surrounding the question of whether "a Western lifestyle now protects...
Zooniverse
The Zooniverse provides an extraordinarily popular venue for citizen science projects. To explore what?s on offer, readers may click on projects, then select e...
Serendip Studio: Hands-on...
Serendip Studio is ?a digital ecosystem, fueled by serendipity.? Organized around seven broad categories - playground, brain & behavior, complex systems, bio...
Talking about Sound and Music
Catherine Schmidt-Jones, in cooperation with the Connexions Project at Rice University, addresses the connection between musical instruments and the physics of...



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