The standard list dataset uses a single row for the names of the variables in the dataset. In more complex experiments you can use two rows to convey the structure and grouping of the variables.
EXAMPLE The list dataset below contains 5 variables: ID, Sex, Drug and Weight with repeat measures Before and After. The names of the variables are placed in the first row above the data, except for Weight which is placed in the cell above the first repeat measure Before.
When the dataset is arranged on the Excel worksheet the next step is to define the range as a dataset.
To define the dataset: