histogram - are included in the Input Range and Bin Range...

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1. Histogram Select Tools > Data Analysis from the main Excel menu bar. This will bring up the window below. Select Histogram from this window. The histogram window should now appear as shown below.
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The following needs to be filled in: The Input Range is the cell addresses of the data. The Bin Range is the cell addresses of the classes. Check the Labels box because the labels
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Unformatted text preview: are included in the Input Range and Bin Range . • Select Output Range and give a cell address where you want the frequency distribution to be put in the spreadsheet • Check the Chart Output box. This will produce a plot called a “histogram”. The completed window should look like the following:...
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