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Feb 25, 2013 5:13 AM
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I am a basic user. So far, I do not use scripts but only menus.

I have generated more that 50 distributions curves and statistics with few clicks using the "analysys/distribution" menu.

I would like now to take the results of those distribution analysis (such as simple things like average,, standard deviation etc...) to a new table in order to process them again.

Piotte

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In the report window, right click on e.g. the table "Summary Statistics" and select "make into data table" or "make combined data table". The latter brings all similar table boxes into a single data table. Very convenient if you have all the histograms in the same report. If each histogram resides in it's own window you can collect them in a journal (ctrl-J) first and then click "make combined data table".

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Dear Piotte,

You may want to try the Tabulate Platform. It can calculate: N, Mean, Stdev, Min, Max, Range, % of Total, Median, Quantiles, etc. After you have it setup the way you want it, you can convert it to a data table with the red diamond.

Matt

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