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= How do I generate a random sample in EXCEL? = Let us suppose we wish to randomly sample n cases of data comprising N people. 1. Put =RAND()*N in row 1 of the column adjacent to the right most data column in the spreadsheet 2. Copy and paste into remaining N1 rows 3. Go to Data>sort on the EXCEL menu and make sure you sort in ascending order by the column you have just created. Click OK. 4. Delete rows n+1 to N. We have randomly permuted the data rows so that the first, or any adjacent, n rows represent a random sample of size n. [[http://www.stanford.edu/class/msande121/Materials/ExcelTut.pdfMore on the rand() function]]. [[FAQ/rand/spssThere is also easy to use syntax to perform this in SPSS.]] 
How do I generate a random sample in EXCEL?
Let us suppose we wish to randomly sample n cases of data comprising N people.
1. Put =RAND()*N in row 1 of the column adjacent to the right most data column in the spreadsheet
2. Copy and paste into remaining N1 rows
3. Go to Data>sort on the EXCEL menu and make sure you sort in ascending order by the column you have just created. Click OK.
4. Delete rows n+1 to N.
We have randomly permuted the data rows so that the first, or any adjacent, n rows represent a random sample of size n.