using the if function pivot tables pie charts bar charts and histograms can help you isolate and organize specific data in a way that makes it easier to read
A. Using a pivot table, determine the percentage of wine varieties sold from each distribution center. Illustrate your results in the form of a pie chart. Hint: Create a pivot table using the data spreadsheet as its basis.
B. Generate a labeled bar chart that illustrates the percentage of wine varieties sold to each distribution center.
C. Using a pivot table, calculate the total amount of revenue generated for each distribution center. Illustrate your results on a bar chart. Hints: Production cost data is provided in the Costs and Distances tab. Make sure you donâ€™t mix your units of measurement (i.e., pallets, cases, or bottles).
D. Using the IF function, calculate the central tendencies (mean, median, and mode) of shipment volume for each distribution center. Illustrate your results in a table. (Do NOT use a pivot table or manually identify each cell to be evaluated.)
E. Analyze the frequency of shipment by size using a histogram. Use the following bin sizes (number of pallets): 72, 48, 24, 18, 12, 6, 3, 1.
F. Create a shipment histogram to show the distribution of shipments for Portland and Riverside. Use the same bin sizes as you did in Part E. Hint: Use the alphabetical sort for the destination column, and select Data Analysis to plot the frequency of pallet shipments using the bin sizes listed for the two destinations separately
. G. Provide a summary statement that describes the inefficiencies in the organizational sales analysis. In your response, explain why this information is important for influencing management decisions