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Please Help! What are P5, P95 statistics? Customer issue respondent data

Hi,there,

I am recording my company's customer issue respondent data. I got the several data about it( 50 data, unit is by day) and got a distribution curve(distriptive statistics) from mintab 12.

The point is my boss want to get information about p5--p95. I really do not what is it.
1.Does anybody know what is it?
2.it is also a distribution curve or just get the p5 and p95 data, but how to get span?
3. and it is also can be get from mintab or other tools?
4. how to do that if use mintab?

your help and advice will be appreciative.

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Hi,there,

I am recording my company's customer issue respondent data. I got the several data about it( 50 data, unit is by day) and got a distribution curve(distriptive statistics) from mintab 12.

The point is my boss want to get information about p5--p95. I really do not what is it.
1.Does anybody know what is it?
2.it is also a distribution curve or just get the p5 and p95 data, but how to get span?
3. and it is also can be get from mintab or other tools?
4. how to do that if use mintab?

your help and advice will be appreciative.

Michael
It's a little hard to tell what you're asking. What is "respondent data"? (I assume you meant "response"?) What are "customer issue[s]"? What are you trying to find out about the data? Try to explain in detail what you're trying to do, and someone will be able to help.

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I suspect p5 and p95 are the fifth percentile and the 95th percentile. You can calculate those in Excel, and I assume just about any statistical software would do that. The "span" is probably the difference between the fifth and the 95th percentiles.

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Hi, the below data are our customer service department respond customer requirement.
1,2,3,1,2,0,9,0,10,2,3,4,3,2,1,2,2,0,3,2( 0 means customer service give call back at the same day).
these data is no-normal, so how can I calculate p5--p95, by excel or by Mintab? does anybody can tell me how to do that in detail step? I will appreciate your help.
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Hi, the below data are our customer service department respond customer requirement.
1,2,3,1,2,0,9,0,10,2,3,4,3,2,1,2,2,0,3,2( 0 means customer service give call back at the same day).
these data is no-normal, so how can I calculate p5--p95, by excel or by Mintab? does anybody can tell me how to do that in detail step? I will appreciate your help.
In Excel you can use the Percenitle function. The p5 and p95 for the above data is 0 and 9.05 respectively. Percentile calculates are distribution free and do not require normality assumptions.

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I appreciate your help. And do u know how to use Mintab do it?

Michael
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