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# Using excel in computing descriptive stat

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### Using excel in computing descriptive stat

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