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Descriptive Statistics In Excel

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A quick and easy method to get statistical information from your Excel data called descriptive statistics.

A quick and easy method to get statistical information from your Excel data called descriptive statistics.

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  • 1. Descriptive Statistics
    in Excel by
    familycomputerclub.com
  • 2. Math marks of 2 schools
  • 3. Click on ‘Data’, ‘data analysis’ and then ‘Descriptive Statistics’.
  • 4.
  • 5. In the Input Range select A3 to A13
  • 6. Click on ‘Columns’. In the Output Range select Cell C3 and select check box ‘Summary Statistics’. Click OK.
  • 7. The various statistical information like
    ‘Mean’, Standard error’, etc is displayed.
  • 8. Now you can do the same actions on
    data for School B and compare the
    statistical information and draw your
    own conclusions based on how and
    why you collected the data!
  • 9. For detailed definitions and videos
    log on to the website
    familycomputerclub.com