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  • 1. Analysing  your  data     1. Make  sure  you  have  put  all  your  data  in  to  your  spreadsheet   You  need  to  have  included  at  least  15  sets  of  data     2. Use  a  variety  of  formulae/  functions  to  help  you  analyse  your  data     • =AVERAGE(Cells  you  want  to  average)    Calculates  the  average  of  a   selection  of  cells   • =MIN(Cells  you  want  to  find  the  minimum  of)  Finds  the  minimum  number   in  a  selection  of  cells   • =MAX(Cells  you  want  to  find  the  maximum  of)  Finds  the  maximum   number  in  a  selection  of  cells   • =SUM(Cells  you  want  to  find  the  total  of)  Finds  the  total  of  a  set  of   numbers   • =COUNTIF(Cells  you  want  to  count,”Y”)  Counts  the  numbers  of  Ys  in  a   selection  of  cells,  you  can  get  it  to  count  whatever  your  want  by  changing   what  is  in  between  the  “”     3. Calculate  percentages     e.g   • Count  how  many  males  answered  your  questionnaire   • Divide  the  number  of  males  by  the  total  number  of  people  who  answered   your  questionnaire   • Format  your  result  to  a  percentage  using  the  percentage  button   What  other  percentages  could  you  calculate?   4. Create  some  graphs/charts  of  your  data   e.g.     • a  pie  chart  of  how  much  people  said  they  would  pay   • a  bar  chart  of  what  people  want  to  see    

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