Software training is useful not only for people who wish to learn how to use a particular product for the first time, but also for those who want to upgrade and expand their skills on software they've already been using.
A perfect example of this is found in the Microsoft Office software product Excel, where surprisingly few people know about the built-in statistics package that can perform a large number of statistical tests and calculations. Part of the reason many people don't know it's already on their computers (and therefore available for free) is that it has to be installed in a separate step as part of the Analysis ToolPak.
Excel's statistics limitations are something that students need to be aware of, since embarking on statistical analysis of a project with a lot of data could lead to frustration and regret later on if an improper choice of software is made. It may be wise, depending on the project, to choose another software product such as SAS, SPSS, Stata, Systat or Minitab.
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