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Adam has attended:
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Jens - tool to assess data cleanliness and identify spelling mis

Hello!

I completed with training with Jens last month and I remember him showing me some magic trick on excel where excel shows you have clean your data is across all columns and rows so that you can easily make it uniform for analysis.

I'm checking my notes and all I can see if Power Query Editor and Power Pivot but I can't confirm through what I am seeing online whether it is either of those!

Help me when you can! Thanks

Adam Sadullah

RE: Jens - tool to assess data cleanliness and identify spelling

Hi Adam,

Thank you for the forum question.

The magical tool is Power Query.

I have found a couple of videos which may be helpful.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Obs7NaBhic4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHxKvHSyWcs

If the videos are not helpful, I will need to have more details about your specific issue.


Kind regards

Jens Bonde
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RE: Jens - tool to assess data cleanliness and identify spelling

Cheers Jens! May have a few more questions around that later this week........

Adam

 

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