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  • Standard deviation is – the square root of the variance - an approximate indicator of how numbers vary from the mean
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    • 4. Using Excel in ComputingDescriptive Statistics
    • 5. What isDESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS?
    • 6. Descriptive Statistics
      Measures of Central Tendency
      Measures of Variability
      Standard
      Deviation
      Variance
      Mode
      Median
      Range
      Mean
    • 7. STANDARD ERROR
      KURTOSIS
      SKEWNESS
      MINIMUM
      COUNT
      SUM
      MAXIMUM
    • 8. Making Data Analysis Tab visible
      Click on the Data tab and see if there is an Analysis box with the Data Analysis contained within it.
    • 9. If Data Analysis is not present,
      then load the Analysis ToolPak
      Follow these steps:
      In the
      1
      2
      3
      4
      5
      Click
      In the Add-Ins
      Manage
      Click the
      Add-Ins
      Click
      available box
      box, select
      Excel
      check Analysis
      option in
      Office Button.
      Excel Add-
      the left
      Options.
      ToolPak and
      Ins and
      panel.
      click OK.
      click Go.
    • 10. Generate Descriptive Statistics
      1. Enter data to Microsoft Excel.
      2. Click on the Data tab, then click Data Analysis.
      3. Select Descriptive Statistics and click OK.
      Steps:
      Follow
      these
      4. Define the input range.
      5. Define the output range.
      6. Check the Summary Statistics box and click ok.

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