The Analysis ToolPak is an Excel add-in that provides advanced data analysis tools for Excel. To use the Analysis ToolPak in Excel, you need to first install and activate it. By following these steps, you will be able to use Analysis ToolPak add-in:

## Configure Add-in

Go to **File** on top left corner of the Excel. File has green color as a background. Click **Add-ins** (1), and then **Ok** (2).

Note: This is under the assumption that Excel Add-ins is showing beside the **Go** in this instruction.

Check **Analysis ToolPak** (1), and then press ok (2).

Once the Analysis ToolPak is installed and activated, you can access its tools from the Data tab on the ribbon. Click **Data** (1), and **Data Analysis** is showing on the right side (2).

The Analysis ToolPak includes tools for data analysis such as:

- Descriptive Statistics: Calculates basic summary statistics for your data, such as mean, median, mode, standard deviation, etc.
- Correlation: Calculates the correlation coefficient between two sets of data.
- Covariance: Calculates the covariance between two sets of data.
- Histogram: Creates a histogram chart to visualize the distribution of your data.
- Sampling: Performs simple random sampling or systematic sampling on your data.
- Regression: Fits a regression line to your data and calculates the equation of the line.
- Moving Average: Calculates a moving average for your data to smooth out fluctuations.
- Exponential Smoothing: Performs exponential smoothing on your data to smooth out fluctuations.

## How to use Analysis ToolPak?

Choose an **Data Analysis** tool (1), which is the kind of analysis you would like to make, and press ok (2).

Highlight the cells you want to analysis (1), choose how you want to group the range (2), check the labels in first row (3), then choose an output options (4), and click ok (5).

In conclusion, we have used the tool **Analysis ToolPak** to do an Anova**: Single Factor**, which looks like this:

Note: As you could see in the formula bar, the #DIV/0 does not have anything to do with an error in the analysis, same goes for the #NUM!

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