In Excel, you can calculate the integral average, also known as a definite integral, by using the Sumproduct and Trapz functions.

Here’s an example of how to calculate the definite integral of a set of data using these functions:

- Organize your data into two columns, one for the independent variable (x) and one for the dependent variable (y).
- Determine the range of values over which you want to calculate the definite integral.

Use the SUMPRODUCT function to calculate the sum of the products of the width of each rectangle (dx) and the height of each rectangle (f(x)).

The formula for this is: =SUMPRODUCT((A3:A7-A2:A6)*(B3:B7+B2:B6)/2)

- A3:A7−A2:A6 calculates the width (dx) of each trapezoid by subtracting each x value from the next one in the series.
- (B3:B7+B2:B6)/2 calculates the average height of each trapezoid by averaging the y values of consecutive points.
- SUMPRODUCT multiplies these widths by the corresponding average heights and sums the results, giving the approximate integral over the specified range.

For more complex or accurate integration needs, consider using software designed for numerical analysis, such as MATLAB, Python with libraries like SciPy, or even Excel VBA scripts that can implement more sophisticated numerical integration methods.