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Counting conservatively, this is Conrad Carlberg’s eleventh book about quantitative analysis using Microsoft Excel, which he still regards with a mix of awe and exasperation. A look back at the “About the Author” paragraph in Carlberg’s first book, published in 1995, shows that the only word that remains accurate is “He.” Scary.
I am not sure what book everyone else read. You better have some serious VBA skills to create the data collector in this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Clint D. Davis
Very good basic and understandable examples - but alas no disk data and examples .... a serious drawback to speed playing with these routines from my perspective .... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jim
I am really enjoying working this book-yes it is a workbook and very well done. He goes step by step on each page which I loved. Read morePublished 2 months ago by newbooks
By far one of the most helpful business books I have found. Tons of practical information that you can use right way. You can definitely read through it multiple times. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John
Wish this had a companion XLSX workbook to go along with this
Update 12/1/2014: See comments. The author provided links. Upgraded to 4 stars (from 3).
Mr. Carlberg is an excellent educator who provides high-yield information that exceeds the reader's expectations! I MUST give this reference five starts!!Published 6 months ago by Edwin Chestnut