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6/7/09 1 Prof. Victor B. Marshall How to Create Histograms in Excel Prof. Victor B. Marshall

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6/7/09 2 Prof. Victor B. Marshall First, create a table with the data for the histogram. In this case, I have also calculated the average, min and max for each row as well as for the full data set…
6/7/09 3 Prof. Victor B. Marshall Next, select the “data analysis…” option from the tools menu. You may have to install this option from the Excel CD…

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6/7/09 4 Prof. Victor B. Marshall Next, select the histogram tool…
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Unformatted text preview: Next, indicate the data ranges and options for this “histogram tool”… 6/7/09 6 Prof. Victor B. Marshall Based on the options selected, Excel then generates a table (not show), and a graph (shown below). As indicated, this data appears to follow a normal (bell shaped) distribution… 6/7/09 7 Prof. Victor B. Marshall Using a special package (not included in Excel), it can be seen that this data does in fact closely follow a normal distribution with a mean of 49.23 and a standard deviation of 9.82…...
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