Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner
Microsoft Excel is an important tool for information workers that design and perform data analysis. This course provides an overview of the fundamentals, from performing common calculations to conducting Bayesian analysis with Excel. Author Curt Frye starts with the foundational concepts, including an introduction to the central limit theorem, and then shows how to visualize data, relationships, and future results with Excel's histograms, graphs, and charts. He also covers testing hypotheses, modeling different data distributions, and calculating the covariance and correlation between data sets. The course closes with a look at calculating Bayesian probabilities in Excel.
English | mp4 | H264 1280x720 | AAC 2 ch | 485 MB
eLearning, Development, Programming Languages
3h 57m Intermediate Mar 03, 2015
Need to calculate the date of the third Thursday of each month or the Friday after next? PHP—and David Powers—have you covered. David shows how to use the intricate and sometimes underused capabilities of PHP's date and time functions, including the basic date/time formatting functions in PHP 4 and the more advanced functions introduced in PHP 5. For example, you can learn how to find and set time zones, perform date calculations that incorporate different time zones and daylight savings, and calculate the time of sunrises and sunsets. Start watching and learn how to incorporate these powerful functions into your programming arsenal.
1h 39m Advanced Mar 03, 2015
Microsoft Project Web Application (PWA) is a web-based interface to share information about projects, tasks, and resources in Project Server. Get started getting the most from PWA with these tutorials from John Riopel. John shows how to use Project Web App to create enterprise-level projects, allocate resources, update tasks and timesheets, and generate status reports. By the end of the course, you'll be able to use PWA to keep track of every element of your project portfolio.
English | Duration: 1.5h | Video: AVC (.FLV) 800x600 15fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch
Learn CSS & CSS3 with our CSS training - This CSS course is the fastest way to learn CSS and start designing!
CGcircuit - The Graph Editor
Duration:1h 14m | .MP4 | Software used: Maya
Ever wonder what those colorful, squiggly lines are for? Wonder no more! In this class you will learn what they are used for, as well as how to control, change, copy, mute, hide and dominate them in nearly every way. Knowing the ins and outs of the Graph Editor is critical to get what you want out of a character and it will help to speed up your workflow. Graph Editor mastery is just a class (and lots of practice) away!
Genre: eLearning | Project files Included
Whether you are a seasoned iOS developer or just getting started, it pays to learn how to use the Swift programming language for your next app. Swift is the future of application development for Apple platforms, and this course is the perfect way to get started.
InfiniteSkills - Cisco 640-461 (ICOMM) Exam Training Training Video
8.5 hours | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 961MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Genre: eLearning | Project Files Included
English | 1.5 Hours | h264, yuv420p,1280x720, 30 fps | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | 228 MB
Inkscape is a free powerful vector art creation tool that many designers rely on worldwide, also known as the free alternative to Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw.
5h 59m Beginner Mar 02, 2015
Learn to use Toon Boom Animate and Toon Boom Harmony to create traditional animated scenes, complex digital character rigs, and even some cool special effects. Author and animator Dermot O' Connor walks through the Toon Boom Animate interface, introduces the program's drawing tools and color controls, and teaches techniques for drawing keys, breakdowns, and in-betweens in a traditional animation style, as well as creating keyframe-based digital animations. Then he shows how to set up, rig, and animate a character, and add finishing touches to your animations, such as moving cameras, sound, and effects.