Advancing into Analytics: Financial Modelling in Excel Meetup (Australia)

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Dates and times can be some of the trickiest data to handle, and that’s especially so when you’re in America and trying to host an event in Australia time.

Fortunately, Danielle Stein Fairhurst of Plum Solutions was gracious enough to guide me through and accommodate a time to present to her Financial Modelling in Excel meetup. (Longtime blog readers may remember my review of her Financial Modeling in Excel for Dummies book.)

I will be presenting on the topic of Advancing into Analytics on Wednesday, July 13th at 8:30pm New York time/Thursday, July 14th 10:30am Sydney time. The event is online and free.

Register for this meetup now.

As you may guess from the title, the topic will be adjacent to my book of the same name. That said, I will be sharing unique content not covered in the book. By the end of the presentation, I will have Excel users already coding in R and Python and seeing the possibilities for adding these tools to their analytics stack.

The repository for the meetup (under construction) is available here. A recording of the event will also be made available.

I’m so looking forward to this event and want to thank Danielle for the opportunity. Date-time acrobatics is but a small price to pay for such an awesome global community of data enthusiasts, and I hope you can join us regardless of what time (or even, in this case, what season!) it is for you.

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