## Introduction

This article describes how to go from a table with statistics below...

...to a table where specified statistics from below are placed as rows at the top:

## Requirements

A table.

## Method

1. Select your table.

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

3. To apply the rule, select the **Plus (+) > Browse Online Library > Modify Whole Table or Plot > Show Statistics Above**.

4. OPTIONAL: Tick **Shade rows** if you wish to shade the statistic rows differently. You have the option of choosing a **Primary color** and **Secondary color**. The rows in the table will be shaded alternately.

5. OPTIONAL: Tick **Rename statistics** if you wish to change the name of the added row statistics. You will have the option of selecting the statistic and entering the** New name**.

6. OPTIONAL: Tick **Always show sample size (whichever is appropriate for each table)** if you wish to automatically add the most appropriate sample size statistic to your table as a row without having to specify it.

7. Tick **Choose statistics to place at top** to specify any further statistics to show by selecting them in the subsequent drop-downs.

Note, when this option is not ticked, all statistics from **STATISTICS > Below** will be migrated to the top of the table. Also, the order of the rows will be the opposite of the order in which the rows are normally shown in **STATISTICS > Below**.

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