Select the option that best describes your data.

Complete the following steps if your data are in a column of the worksheet.

- From the drop-down, select One or more samples, each in a column.
- Enter the columns that contain the sample data. Minitab performs separate tolerance interval analyses on each column that you enter.
- In Minimum percentage of population in interval, enter the minimum percentage of the population that you want a two-sided tolerance interval to include, or a one-sided interval to be greater than (lower bound) or less than (upper bound).

In this worksheet, Mileage contains the sample data.

C1 |
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Mileage |

45020 |

33056 |

26378 |

46532 |

25997 |

32342 |

33006 |

22540 |

Complete the following steps if you have summary values for the sample size, mean, and standard deviation for one sample.
###### Note

The tolerance interval graphs are not available for your analysis when you have summarized data.

- From the drop-down, select Summarized data.
- In Sample size, enter the number of observations in your sample.
- In Sample mean, enter the mean of your sample data.
- In Standard deviation, enter the standard deviation of your sample data.
- In Minimum percentage of population in interval, enter the minimum percentage of the population that you want a two-sided tolerance interval to include, or a one-sided interval to be greater than (lower bound) or less than (upper bound).