What you’ll learn
Make games with Python.
Create basic line and scatter plots with Matplotlib 1.5.
Customise our graphs with visuals, a title, labels, text and a legend.
Recognize types of visualization: histograms, pie charts, and box and whisker plots.

“MS Excel – Top Excel Tips, Excel Tricks, Excel Shortcuts
Introduction to Excel reports
Shortcut Key Function – F6
Shortcut Key Function – F10
Formatting Text and Numbers
F2 and Shit Plus F2
CTRL Plus Apostrophe
CTRL Plus Shift Plus Tilde
Entering a Formula
Entering a Function
Operator Precedence
Name and Formula in Excel
Count functions in Excel
Sum Functions in Excel
More in Count Functions in Excel
Counts of Logical Values in Excel
Sum Product Function in Excel
Average Counting Blank and Non Blank
Offset and Concat Function in Excel
Relative Reference in Excel
Absolute and Mixed Reference in Excel
Logically if Function in Excel
Logically AND & OR Function in Excel
Nested if and Switch Function
Basic of Date and Time Format
Dated if and Weekday Function
Network Day Function
Work Day Function
String Concentration Function
Upper and Lower Function
Lenth of the Function
Trim and Clean Function
Search and Concat Function
Vertical Lookups (v LOOKUPS)
Horizontal Lookups (H Lookups)
Match Function
Left V Lookups
Tow Ways Lookup
Tow Ways Lookup Continues
PMT Financial Function
Loan with Different Terms
Loan with Different Terms Continues
Average and Average If Function
Random Number and rank Function
Random Number and rank Function Continues
Percentile and Quadrilles
Round and Even Odd Function
Trendline and Trend Analysis
Trendline and Trend Analysis Continues
Round up and Round Down Function
INT and TRUNC Function

“Excel Charts – Data Visualization with Excel Graphs & Charts
Introduction to Excel Charts and Smart Art Graphics
Learning the HR Database
Sales Productivity Database
Learning how to insert pictures
Study on Clip Arts
Utilizing the Screenshot option
Creating Shapes in Excel
Creating Venn Diagram
Training on Charts
Groupings for percentages and ratios
Applying groupings to database
Formulas in Excel Chart
Layout of the Chart
Learning the show data table
Different types of columns
Understanding the Horizontal Bar Charts
Pie charts for arts and graphics
Label positioning in pie chart
Line charts for trends over time
Different options in Line charts
Analyzing on the Doughnut chart
Area chart for illustrating the magnitude
Variation in bubble chart
Rating and tenure in bubble chart
Surface or surface area chart
Learning the Pyramids chart
Mosaic or Mekko charts
Graphical method in Radar chart
Sunburst chart a multilevel pie chart
Factors in Sunburst chart
Aspect of Scatter plot
Histogram a part of piechart
Combo charts for arts and graphics
Dashboard Chart
Dashboard Chart Continue
Thermometer Chart
Map Chart
Tips to Make Your Graph Perfect
Deciding Which Type of Chart to Use
Sparklines Continue
Pivot Charts
Basic Block List
Varying Width List
Picture List
Accent Process
Converging Text

“Discounted Cash Flow – DCF Method of Valuation
Introduction Discounted Cash Flow
Course Outline
Valuation Methodologies
Relative Valuation
Basic Concepts of DCF
Understand DCF Method
More on DCF Method
Using Concept of Terminal Value
Common Trade of DCF Value
Types of DCF
Important Accounting Equations
Advantages of DCF
DCF Versus Comps
Steps of DCF
More on DFC Steps
DCF Predicting the Cash Flows
DCF Predicting the Cash Flows Continues
Starting with the Case Study
Predicting the Cash Flows
Case Study Explained
Predicting Terminal Values
Methods to Calculate Terminal Values
Case study Step 2 Explained
Case study Step 2 Explained Continues
Working on DCF Explain
Net Debt
Cost of Debt
More on Cost of Debt
Cost of Equity
Understand Beta
Beta Continues
Finalizing the case study
Creating a Sensitivity Table
Concluding the Analysis
Common Interview Questions

“Relative Valuation
Introduction to Relative Valuation Siemens
Course Outline
Course Outline Continues
First Valuation Equation
Understand Valuation Terminologies
Second Valuation Equation
Enterprise Value Versus Equity value
Connecting the Two Equations
Valuation Methodologies
Absolute Valuation
Relative Valuation
Usage of Comps
Usage of Comps Continues
About the Company
Steps of Comparable Comps
Selecting the Peers
Selecting the Peers Continues
Selecting the Multiples
Enterprise Value Multiples
Equity Multiples
Industry Specific Multiples
Drawing the Comps Sheet
Drawing the Comps Sheet Continue
Drawing Conclusions
Why not Comps
Common Interview Questions

“Financial Modeling and Valuations
Introduction to Financial Modeling
Course Outline
What is Financial Modeling
Framework of the Model
Prerequisites Continues
Model Requirements
More on Requirements
Defining the Need
Defining the Need Continues
Defining the User
Bottom Up Curses Top Down
Defining the Macro Environment
Impact of Brexit
Defining the Sector
About the Company
Understanding Accounting Equations
Starting the case study
More on Starting Case Study
Populating the Historical
Populating the Historical Continues
Projecting Income Statement
More on Projecting Income Statement
Key Data on Siemens
Working Capital Schedule
Working Capital Schedule Continues
Property, Plant and Equipment
Understand Intangible Assets
Depreciation Schedule
Long Term Debt
Long Term Debt Continues
Equity Schedule
Working on Cash Flow Statement
More on Cash Flow Statement
Short Term Debt
Interest Income
Basic Shares Calculation
Basic Shares Calculation Continues
Checking Errors
More on Checking Errors
Breaking Circularity
Identify Line Items
Ratio Analysis
Ratio Analysis Continues
Sensitivity Tables
More on Sensitivity Tables
Scenario Analysis
Scenario Analysis Continues
DCF Introduction
Best Practices
More on Best Practices
Common Mistakes
Common Interview questions
Common Interview questions Continues

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