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Eval11 Session 614: Use What You Have: Creating Automated Visual Displays Using Word and Excel [Handout]

Demonstration by Agata Jose-Ivanina and Ann K. Emery Data dashboards put stakeholders in the driver's seat by providing instant, understandable evaluation results. In this demonstration, we presented a process that allows us to create automated, on-demand dashboards that are valuable for...


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Eval13 Session 199: Excel Elbow Grease: How to Fool Excel into Making (Pretty Much) Any Type of Chart You Want [Recording]

Tired of using the same old pie charts, bar charts, and line charts in Excel to communicate your evaluation results? Don't have expensive data visualization software? Can't afford to hire a graphic designer to transform your default Excel charts into polished masterpieces? In this 45-minute...


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Eval13 Session 199: Excel Elbow Grease: How to Fool Excel into Making (Pretty Much) Any Type of Chart You Want [Slides]

Tired of using the same old pie charts, bar charts, and line charts in Excel to communicate your evaluation results? Don't have expensive data visualization software? Can't afford to hire a graphic designer to transform your default Excel charts into polished masterpieces? In this 45-minute...


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Eval12 Session 510: Great Data Visualization Using Basic Word Processing and Spreadsheet Software

Handout summary of our 2012 AEA presentation on great data visualization using basic document and spreadsheet software. Demonstration Session Abstract: In the evaluation process planning, collecting, and analyzing the data are almost equally paramount. However, it is the data presentation...

Data Visualization Handout AEA 20121.pdf


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Eval12 Session 617: Working with What You're Given: Data Visualization in Microsoft Excel

Five examples of how we can use Microsoft Excel to produce professional looking charts and tables using only formatting in Excel. The PPT has before and after pictures with steps in the notes and the Excel file is my data source. Demonstration Session Abstract: This demonstration will explore...

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Program Evaluation Tipsheet 64: How Can I Make a Pie Chart in Excel to Report Data?

Citation: Braymer, Krista (2002). How Can I Make a Pie Chart in Excel to Report Data? Tipsheet #64, University Park, PA: Penn State Cooperative Extension. This document is part of a series of Tipsheets that contain practical evaluation illustrations based on current research and developed by...

Tipsheet 64.pdf


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Program Evaluation Tipsheet 52: Analyzing Before-After Data Using Excel

Citation: Kiernan, Nancy Ellen (2001). Analyzing Before-After Data Using Excel: Tipsheet #52, University Park, PA: Penn State Cooperative Extension. This document is part of a series of Tipsheets that contain practical evaluation illustrations based on current research and developed by Nancy...

Tipsheet 52.pdf


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Program Evaluation Tipsheet 51: Analyzing Knowledge Gain Using Excel

Citation: Kiernan, Nancy Ellen (2001). Analyzing Knowledge Gain Using Excel: Tipsheet #51, University Park, PA: Penn State Cooperative Extension. This document is part of a series of Tipsheets that contain practical evaluation illustrations based on current research and developed by Nancy...

Tipsheet 51.pdf