Excel for Engineers and Scientists (英語) ペーパーバック – 2003/1/6
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Using an informal, conversational style, this "how to" book guides beginning students from spreadsheet basics through the robust engineering and scientific applications of EXCEL, including using EXCEL in the lab.
Students learn how to compose structured, efficient, documented workbooks with data entry cells, summary results and statistics cells, and commented cells. Throughout the book, they'll find innovative techniques for composing spreadsheets, solving problems, analyzing data, and presenting results that will help them in their courses and professional careers. End-of-Chapter problems not only show how to use EXCEL, they also relate directly to topics in engineering and the sciences. Plus, a CD, which is packaged with the text, contains sample workbooks, links to online EXCEL resources, and text updates via the book's web site.
Sylvan Charles Bloch, University of South Florida --このテキストは、絶版本またはこのタイトルには設定されていない版型に関連付けられています。
Don't waste your money on this if you're looking for a practitioners reference book. I wouldn't recommend this book to another professional engineer even if it was free.
The book is also obsolete since it was written in 2003. Excel 2007 has many significant changes to the GUI (i.e., the "ribbon" interface).
It's not worth your time to even browse through. This book falls very short of what the title implies. I made the classic mistake of "judging a book by its cover". I wasted my money and time on it.