Summarise continuous data by single grouping variable

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Note: This page now accepts data where either a comma (,) or point (.) is used as the decimal separator.

This utility calculates summary statistics for a column of data, grouped by a category variable.

Inputs are the desired level of confidence in the estimate and two columns of data (including a header row with labels for each column). The first column is the category variable and the second is the continuous variable.

The program outputs a range of summary statistics relating to the data for each group in the category variable and overall.

Note:

  • for groups with 3 or less observations it is not possible to calculate Shapiro-Wilks W statistic to test for normality of distribution
  • for groups with only one observation or with standard deviation = 0 histograms and quantile plots are not shown.
  • missing values in the data will be omitted from calculations.
Confidence level:
Calculate percentages:
Calculate percentages:
Digits after decimal pt:
Paste the data to be summarised in the space below and click on submit (1st column is grouping variable, second column is data):
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