Depict Data Studio’s Courses and her ever informative blog! She seems to tend to train larger organizations, but she’s got a wealth of information about using excel and creating data visualizations. Definitely one of the very best (although she does often talk to people who have big datasets)!
Evergreen's Data Qualitative Data Chart Chooser will make it easier for you to explore effective qualitative visual options, whether you are a die-heart qualitative person or a quantitative person who periodically asks open-ended questions.
The Excel is Easy website is for simple, easy to follow tutorials organized in a way that is very easy to find! The Data Analysis section illustrates the powerful features Excel has to offer to analyze data.
The Data Visualization Catalogue categorizes charts by their data visualization functions or by what you want a chart to communicate to an audience. While the allocation of each chart into specific functions isn't a perfect system, it still works as a useful guide for selecting chart based on your analysis or communication needs.
The Data Visualization Checklist is a compilation of 24 guidelines on how graphs should be formatted to best show the story in your data. The 24 guidelines are broken down into 5 sections: Text, Arrangement, Color, Lines, and Overall.