Enter your data for Paired t (Data tab)

On the Data tab of the Paired t dialog box, select the option that best describes your data.

Each sample is in a column

Complete the following steps if your data are in two columns of the worksheet.

  1. From the drop-down list, select Each sample is in a column.
  2. In Sample 1, enter the first column of numeric data that you want to analyze.
  3. In Sample 2, enter the second column of numeric data that you want to analyze.
In this worksheet, Before is sample 1 and contains the resting heart rates of patients before they started a running program. After is sample 2 and contains the resting heart rates of the same patients after the running program.
C1 C2
Before After
68 67
76 77
74 74
71 74

Summarized data (differences)

Complete the following steps if you have summary statistics for the differences between the two samples, rather than actual sample data in the worksheet.

  1. From the drop-down list, select Summarized data (differences).
  2. Enter the summary statistics in Sample size, Sample mean, and Sample standard deviation.
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