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Statistical Analysis 1 Statistical Analysis There are many ways for a manger to conduct analysis based on an organization’s data resources. Primarily, these types of analyses can provide some more insights on how a particular company can establish improvements on work processes decide on significant investment matters and delegate an illustrative picture on how the business performs. In this aspect, the use of Microsoft’s Excel program can make it easier for managers to interpret and analyze data values. One valuable contribution that MS Excel can provide to a manager’s data analysis is the process of numerical tabulation. Primarily, Excel was built in a way in which code value numbers can be tabulated so that they can reflect a particular part of the whole data context. In this case, it would be much easier for the user to perform analyses on these figures. Upon tabulation, the manager can set up the parameters of rows and columns so that he can easily define what the numbers actually represent. Moreover, Excel provides
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2008 for the course PSY 400 taught by Professor Morsella during the Spring '08 term at S.F. State.

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