CS U101 Fl '08
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There is no required textbook for this course. We will use the help pages of the applications to find out the necessary details we may need. You are also encouraged to look up additional information in the following two reference books. Both will be available for your use in the lab 101 WVH.

Suggested References:

  • John Walkenbach Excel 2007 Bible Wiley and Sons, ISBN: 978-0-470-04403-2
  • Roger Jennings Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Access 2007 QUE Publishing 2007, ISBN 0-7897-3597-0

Addtionally, the following textbook provides a wonderful introduction to modeling with Excel. It will also be available in the lab 101 WVH. It gives you a very rich view of how Excel can be used as an effective tool for understanding data and computation.

Recommended Readings:

  • Erich Neuwirth and Dean Arganbright The Active Modeler: Mathematical Modeling with Microsoft Excel Thomson/Brooks-Cole 2004, ISBN 0-5344-2085-0

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