Excel Regression Analysis is widely used in the financial domains, specifically in the pharmaceutical and health research industries, to identify missing data and identify trends and relationships among variable and/or time series. This ability has made this tool extremely suitable for analysts, researchers, decision makers and business owners to use in a variety of business applications. Excel's ability to provide suggestive and predictive statistics, makes it ideal for decision making purposes in decision support and risk management. It can also be used for a wide variety of business spreadsheet application, from simple business spreadsheets to more complex business spreadsheet applications, Excel has the functionality to meet your needs.
The Excel Regression Analysis and Forecasting software offer a robust statistical foundation for predicting business and market data and identify key value drivers. The Excel Regression Analysis solution provides far more functionality and easier results display than its equivalent on the Microsoft Dynamics GP or SQL Server databases. The majority of companies that use the Microsoft Business Portal, do so because they want to take advantage of the full potential of the software, which includes the ability to run custom reports, VBA scripts and integration with Sharepoint, which allows the implementation of business strategies and plans. Excel's ability to quickly identify trend and value with 95% accuracy makes it an ideal business tool to predict trends, market changes and help companies to better manage their business. The primary benefits of using Excel Regression Analysis software is its ability to represent, analyze and communicate information in a way that is easy to understand, navigate and use.
One of the most powerful features of the Excel Regression Analysis using Microsoft Business Portal is its ability to automatically plot a trend line within a column. If you have not already tried using trendlines in Excel, then you should really try it. The flexibility and ease of usage in Excel make it an ideal program to learn. You can find out more about using trendline in Excel Regression Analysis using the links below.