Introduction to Data Analysis

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Introduction to Data Analysis

Data analysis provides the user with the ability to examine a databases records and the overall behavior of its objects.
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Data analysis provides the user with the ability to examine a database's records and the overall behavior of its objects. Data analysis is performed on tables, queries, and/or forms. There are two main aspects involved with data analysis: what you provide to the users and what the users may decide to do with data at their disposal. An intermediate to advanced user of Microsoft Access will know how to perform some, most, or all of the operations we will review. In some other cases, you may want to create

objects such as forms and/or reports that isolate records instead of showing all records. These types of forms and reports can be based on a query or a SQL statement. In some other cases, you can create queries that your users would run to get a fixed list of records based on a rule of your choice. For these and many other reasons, you should be aware of what your users can do and what they should not do.    More detail...

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