Basic Statistics > Contents: How to Calculate Percentages with a Calculator How to Calculate Percentages with Google How to Calculate Percentages by Hand How to Calculate Percentages with a Calculator 1. If your calculator has a “%” button. Let’s say…

# Draw a Venn Diagram in Statistics: Easy Steps

Topic Index > Probability > How to Draw a Venn Diagram Draw a Venn Diagram: Overview Venn diagrams are a way to visualize relationships between groups of objects. They are often confused with Euler diagrams. While both have circles, Venn…

# Basic Statistics (Descriptive Statistics)

Probability and Statistics index > Basic statistics Here you’ll find a series of articles that breaks basic statistics down into simple steps; everything from finding a range to understanding the difference between different variable types. How-To Articles for Basic Statistics…

# Find the Median in Statistics: Easy Steps

Main Index> Basic Statistics> > Find the Median Find the Median: Overview The median is one of the measures of spread in a data set. It’s the middle value in a list: half of the numbers area above the median…

# Find the Mode in Statistics: Easy Steps

Main Index> Basic Statistics>Find the Mode Watch the video or read the article below: Contents: Find the mode by hand Online Mode Calculators Find the mode using Excel Find the Mode by hand The mode in statistics is the most…

# Find the Mean of a Data Set in Easy Steps

Main Index> Basic Statistics> > How to Find the Mean How to Find the Mean: Overview The mean in mathematics can have several meanings, but in statistics it is always the average. The mean is found by adding the numbers…

# Bar Chart in Excel: Easy Steps and Video Tutorial

Excel for statistics > Bar Chart in Excel Watch the video or read the steps below. How to Make a Bar Chart in Excel: Overview A bar chart (also called a bar graph) is a way to display data using…

# Order of Operations (PEMDAS): Easy Steps

Probability and Statistics > Order of Operations (PEMDAS) In order to succeed in statistics, you’re going to have to be familiar with Order of Operations. The “operations” are addition, multiplication, division, subtraction, exponents, and grouping. They can be performed in…