I have asked this question without success earlier, perhaps it was not really clear what I was looking for. Here is a clearer explanation, hopefully clear enough to get some help!
My data has 378 entries where each row represents the shared score for two individuals playing a game. For example, on row one, the two players made 10 points total. Row two, they made 7 points, and so on.
I would like to calculate mean points per player for the entire sample and calculate the standard error. The idea is probably to calculate the total mean of every row's mean. But I have no clue then, how to calculate the error: this is my question!
Can anybody help me? I'd greatly appreciate some imput!
Thank you very much in advance!
Each row is for a different team of two players, and contains only a score, from which we dont know who made the points. I want to know how many points a player scored, which I obtain by calculating the mean for each row (score/2), then the global mean of all rows.
Team - Score
1 - 10
2 - 7
3 - 8
4 - 8
378 - 10