Stacked and unstacked data are ways of arranging data in the worksheet.
|Time to Complete||Franchise|
If data are stacked, the sample values for all groups are in a single column, with a corresponding column of labels that identifies the sample. This column of labels is referred to as a grouping column, By Column, or subscript column. In this example, the grouping column is Franchise.
If data are unstacked, each column contains observations from one group. There is no grouping column.
|Stack data from separate columns into one column.||Choose.|
|Stack data from two or more blocks of columns into one block of columns.||Choose.|
|Copy data entered across rows into one column.||Choose.|
|Split the data in one or more columns into separate columns by values in a different column.||Choose.|