This article describes how to go from a standard table...

...to a table with an additional column that sums all the values in that row:

## Requirements

A table with multiple columns.

## Method

1. Select your table.

2. Go to **Properties**** > RULES** on the **object inspector**.

3. To apply the rule, select the **Plus (+) > Table Computations > ****Naive Total For Each Row**.

4. Change the **New row label** as required.

5. Set the **Position** to place the new column on the left or right.

6. Press **OK**.

This rule then adds a new column to the right of the table which contains a total for each row. The total is calculated by adding up all of the statistic values in that row, and excludes any columns that are duplicates of other columns in the table (e.g. NETs).

Note the following:

- Statistical tests are not performed on these cells.
- Any statistic shown on the table will be added up and included in the total, however be aware that for some statistics it may not be meaningful to display a naive total.
- If you select
**Switch rows and columns**on your table, the rule will no longer work due to the table dimensions changing. In this case, you will have to apply the**Naive Total For Each****Column**

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