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Select Analyze > Distribution.

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Click OK.

You can see the type distribution of small and medium sized companies. See Selecting Data in Multiple Histograms at left. To narrow your selection, you want to see the small and medium pharmaceutical companies only.
You can see how many of the small and medium companies are pharmaceutical companies. See Selecting Data in Multiple Histograms at right.
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Select Analyze > Distribution.

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Click OK.

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From the red triangle menu next to Cell Type, select Test Probabilities.

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Select Analyze > Distribution.

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Click OK.

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From the red triangle menu next to Response, select Test Probabilities.

See Examples of Test Probabilities Options at right.
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Refer to Examples of Test Probabilities Options at left. Type 0.25 in all four Hypoth Prob fields.

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Click the Fix hypothesized values, rescale omitted button.

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Click Done.

Likelihood Ratio and Pearson Chisquare tests are calculated. See Examples of Test Probabilities Reports at left.
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Refer to Examples of Test Probabilities Options at right. Type 0.5 in both Hypoth Prob fields.

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Click the probability less than hypothesized value button.

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Click Done.

Exact probabilities are calculated for the binomial test. See Examples of Test Probabilities Reports at right.
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Select Analyze > Distribution.

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Click OK.

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From the red triangle next to OZONE, select Prediction Interval.

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In the Prediction Intervals window, type 10 next to Enter number of future samples.

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Click OK.

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Select Analyze > Distribution.

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Click OK.

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From the red triangle menu next to OZONE, select Tolerance Interval.

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Select Analyze > Distribution.

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Click OK.

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Type 8 for the Lower Spec Limit.

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Type 17 for the Upper Spec Limit.

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