 # Category Microsoft Excel

Learn how to prepare your research data for analysis in Microsoft Excel.

## How To Convert Percentages to Decimals The Easy Way Hey there, stats enthusiast! So, you’ve got a percentage and want to convert it to a decimal, huh? You’re in luck! Today, we’re going to show you how to convert percentages to decimals using three different ways: manually, in Excel,…

## How To Calculate Pearson Correlation Coefficient in Excel In this article, we will explore the process of calculating the Pearson correlation coefficient in Excel using a practical example. The Pearson correlation coefficient measures the linear relationship between two variables, and Excel provides a simple and efficient way to…

## How To Calculate Cronbach’s Alpha in Excel Are you working on a project that involves using a questionnaire or scale and want to make sure your answers are reliable? That’s where calculating Cronbach’s Alpha comes in! So, if you want to make sure your questionnaire is reliable…

## How To Calculate The Standard Deviation With Excel In this lesson, we are going to learn how to calculate the standard deviation with Excel step-by-step. It is important to remember that in statistics two formulas are used to measure the standard deviation in a given dataset depending if…

## How To Find Standard Error Of The Mean In Excel, SPSS, R In this lesson, we are going to learn how to find standard error of the mean in Excel, SPSS, and R with step-by-step examples and clear explanations. We are going to touch briefly on what standard error is, the equation…

## How To Enter Multiple Responses In SPSS For Analysis In this lesson, we are going to learn how to enter multiple responses in SPSS for statistical analysis in case your questionnaire allows respondents to select multiple choices for a particular item.  Multiple responses or multiple answers questions allow respondents…