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Title: Disaggregating Sub-Groups with Excel Author: COSA Last modified by: Chris Brantley Created Date: 1/16/2003 6:51:08 PM Document presentation format – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Using Excel to Analyze OSAT Results


1
Using Excel to Analyze OSAT Results
  • Download OSAT results from the internet
  • Analyze results with formulae
  • Create blank calculation pages
  • Filter and copy groups to blank pages

2
Lets Talk About Data Files
  • American Standard Code for Information
    Interchange (ASCII)
  • .txt in Windows jargon
  • Delimited Files (records made up of fields)
  • Field separators (comma, tab, space, fixed
    length)
  • Carriage return at the end of each record ()
  • Demonstration of creating an ASCII file
  • .csv files are ASCII files that are renamed so
    that Excel will recognize them and import them
    automatically

3
Lets Get the OSAT Data Demo
  • If you can get your district password
  • Open Internet Explorer
  • Type http//district.ode.state.or.us onto the
    address line and click go
  • Enter District ID
  • Enter Password
  • Click Login
  • There are many options to downloading data

4
Now you can get the data
  • Go to our site (www.omla.net/EPFA506)
  • Save target as with Math05.csv and save it to
    your desktop
  • Double click to open

5
Structure of the Data File
  • Terminology
  • Fields and Records
  • Field Headings
  • Adjust column width
  • Select columns
  • Singly
  • In groups
  • Separately
  • All
  • Point at any of the separators between columns
  • Double Click on Auto Fit cursor

6
Structure of the Data File (Cont.)
  • Save As an Excel Workbook to preserve formatting
    and formulae
  • Click on File / Save
  • Navigate to Desktop / COSA Workshop folder
  • Set Save as type to Microsoft Excel Workbook
    (.xls)
  • Click Save
  • Look at cryptic field headings on Excel file
  • Look them up in Word file
  • Lets look at whats here (and whats not)

7
Overview of What Youll Learn
  • Adding useful analysis formulae to calculate the
    performance of the group(s)
  • Creating a blank sheet with no data but with all
    the calculations
  • Using the blank sheet to create as many sheets
    onto which the groups can be copied as you wish
  • Using Auto Filter to isolate the group you want
    to study
  • Copying subgroups onto your blank calculation
    pages and renaming them appropriately

8
Adding calculations
  • Most common calculations
  • Averaging RIT scores
  • Counting Not Mets, Mets, and Exceededs
  • Calculating Percentage Not Met, Met, Exceeded
  • Lets create some space for calculations
  • Highlight rows 1 through 9 by clicking on the 1
    and dragging down to 9 and releasing
  • Click on Insert / Rows
  • Why create space at the top?

9
Averaging groups RIT scores
  • Averaging
  • Find TOTSCALE on Subgroup sheet
  • Click Row 9 above the heading
  • Insert / Function / Statistical / Average
  • or
  • Use Formula Tool to enter formula
  • Select data to be averaged
  • Some tricks to find the bottom
  • Click top cell use scroll bar to find the
    bottom shift / click
  • Click top two or three cells edit row number in
    formula
  • Dont forget to label it

10
Calculating Numbers of Students Did Not Meet,
Met, Exceeded
  • Enter D, M, E in cells to left of where the
    counts go
  • Counting Did Not Meet, Met, Exceeded
  • Find TOTPER_G column
  • Click on Row 7 above field heading (next to E)
  • Insert / Function / Statistical / CountIf or use
    Formula Tool to create formula
  • Select Data to look in for Range
  • Enter E in Criteria or click on cell to the
    left with E in it
  • Click OK
  • Do same process with M and D in two cells above

11
Cant we do it without building essentially the
same formula three times?
  • Absolute references
  • Putting a in front of the column letter or row
    number locks that reference when copying formula
  • Build CountIf formula for top result
  • Lock row references for range of data in which to
    look. Do not lock reference to column references
    or criteria row COUNTIF(AP11AP1000,A07)
  • Use fill tool to copy this formula down into
    other two cells the 11 and 1000 will not change
    - other references will

12
Calculating Percentage of StudentsDid Not Meet /
Met / Exceeded
  • Calculating of Didnt Meet, Met, Exceeded
  • Label 3 cells above as E, M, NM
  • Enter formula for calculating of Exceeded
  • Type equal sign
  • Click number of exceeded
  • Type divided by sign /
  • Insert / Function / MathTrig / Sum or Formula
    Tool
  • Select all three numbers to get total number
  • Click on ? or type Enter ?
  • Follow same procedure to calculate M and NM or
    use absolute references for rows to sum then
    use fill tool

13
Copying Calculations
  • Would these formulae work
    (relationally) above
    the subtest results?
  • You betcha
  • Copy range of calculations
  • Determine top left of place to paste over subtest
    and click it
  • Edit / Paste range of calculations there
  • Do this for all subtests
  • Or Ctrl Click each top left cell and paste them
    all at once

14
Lets Review
  • You can create space for calculations by
    inserting rows
  • You can have the computer average, count, and
    find percentages using built-in formulae
  • You can copy the formulae to any place where the
    data is arranged in the same way
  • Now lets separate out some subgroups and put
    them on their own pages

15
Creating a template page for subgroup analysis
  • Right Click on tab for this sheets (Sheet1)
  • Left Click on Rename
  • Name this sheet District Data
  • Now right click on that tab again
  • Left click on Move or Copy
  • Click Save a copy box
  • Click OK
  • Now highlight all the student data / Edit / Clear
    / All
  • Click on tab for District Data (2)
  • Click Rename
  • Name it Subgroup Blank

16
Creating Subgroup Pages
  • Rearrange the order of the sheet tabs
  • Click and drag the template sheet to the right
  • Now right click on Subgroup Blank tab
  • Left click on Move or Copy
  • Click on Sheet 2 so the new copy will go before
    that sheet
  • Click Create a copy
  • Click OK
  • Do this as many times as you have subgroups

17
Separating Groups
  • Click on the row number next to the column
    headings to select the row (10)
  • Click on Data in the menu bar
  • Point at Filters in the drop down menu the then
    click on Auto Filter in the 2nd menu
  • The heading row will have changed so that the
    headings are now drop down menus

18
Separating Groups (cont.)
  • Click on the triangle to see the contents of that
    column click on the content youd like to
    isolate
  • All records that do not contain that content are
    hidden
  • The other records are still there only hidden
  • We must copy these unhidden
    records to another location to
    do calculations on the subgroup

19
Separating Groups (Cont.)
  • Select the entire group youve separated
  • Select the topmost row click on its number
  • Scroll down to last row of group using scroll bar
    so you dont overrun the end
  • Shift / Click on number of last row
  • Click on Edit / Copy
  • Click on tab of an empty copy of Subgroup Blank
  • Click on top left cell under headings (A11)
  • Click Edit / Paste
  • Rename to page to reflect the sub-group
  • Go look at the results

20
Lets Review
  • Create a page containing all the calculations but
    no data
  • Make as many copies of the blank page as you want
  • Use Data / Filters / Auto Filter to turn on
    filtering
  • Select contents to preserve by using drop down
    menus on headings
  • Select the unhidden group
  • Copy that group to a Subgroup Blank page
  • Rename it
  • Disaggregate as many groups as you want

21
Printing a Large Spreadsheet
  • Hiding Columns
  • Do this to multiple sheets (group) at a time?
  • Rt Click tab Select All Sheets or Ctrl Click
    the sheets you want
  • Select Columns to hide using Ctrl Click
  • Format / Columns / Hide
  • Unhide by selecting columns on both sides of
    hidden then Format / Columns / Unhide
  • If you selected multiple sheets to hide columns
  • Cant print multiple sheets at once
  • Select the one you want to print after making
    changes to multiple sheets

22
Printing a Large Spreadsheet (cont.)
  • Page Setup
  • Page options
  • Orientation
  • Scaling
  • Paper
  • Margins
  • Headings / Footers
  • Sheet
  • Print Area
  • Titles
  • Print Options

23
Printing a Large Spreadsheet (cont.)
  • View / Page Break Preview
  • Suggests Breaks based on Page Setup
  • Pull breaks to reduce page contents
  • Print Preview

24
Saving and Cleaning Up
  • Click File / Save
  • Close Excel

25
You are now Master Disaggregators!
  • Use the Slide Show on your CD and the File youve
    just created to do this at home with your data
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