Descriptive Statistics in Microsoft Excel 2016

In this article, we will learn Descriptive Statistics in Excel 2016.

Descriptive Statistics is to quick calculate Numerical descriptive statistics like Mean, Median, Mode, Standard Deviation, Range, Min, Max and various other in Microsoft Excel 2016.

We can use this tool to analyze the run rate, scores, marks etc.

All of the above might be confusing for some people, so let’s gear up & start learning ANOVA single factor in excel with the example.

Here we have a list of few scores.
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Select the tab Data > Data Analysis as shown in below screenshot.
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Note: can’t find the Data Analysis button? Click here to load the Analysis ToolPak add-in.

Click on Data Analysis and its dialog box appears.
Now select Descriptive Statistics and click OK.
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Descriptive Statistics dialog box appears. Fill the options as shown below.

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Click OK to view the details your scores.
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As you can see the details of the data we input.

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