Question:

make new line for every mean/median and make it copyable to google sheets/excel rows

mean= 36 (25.7) mean= 7.47 (4.97) median= 78 (range 2-50) mean= 8.2 (3) median= 36 (range 6–60) median= 6.47 (range 2-29.8) mean= 21.8 (4.7) median= 33 (range 6-72.5) mean= 12.3 median= 6 (range 6 months – 6 years) mean= 28.8 mean= 30 mean= 40.8 (27.6) mean= 10 (6) median= 18 (range 12–36) mean= 61.4 (24.1) median= 18.4 (range 6-120) median= 8.5 median= 26.2 mean= 24 mean= 12 median= 11 (range 6–24) median= 31.3 median= 12 median= 18.23 (13.15) median= 12 median= 71 median= 110 mean= 10.9 (3.6) median= 14.2 mean= 8.3 (3.6) mean= 12 median= 41 median= 9.5 mean= 12.3 (6.6) mean= 14 (3)

Answer:

Sure, here is the data with each mean and median on a new line, formatted for easy copying into Google Sheets or Excel:

```
mean= 36 (25.7)
mean= 7.47 (4.97)
median= 78 (range 2-50)
mean= 8.2 (3)
median= 36 (range 6–60)
median= 6.47 (range 2-29.8)
mean= 21.8 (4.7)
median= 33 (range 6-72.5)
mean= 12.3
median= 6 (range 6 months – 6 years)
mean= 28.8
mean= 30
mean= 40.8 (27.6)
mean= 10 (6)
median= 18 (range 12–36)
mean= 61.4 (24.1)
median= 18.4 (range 6-120)
median= 8.5
median= 26.2
mean= 24
mean= 12
median= 11 (range 6–24)
median= 31.3
median= 12
median= 18.23 (13.15)
median= 12
median= 71
median= 110
mean= 10.9 (3.6)
median= 14.2
mean= 8.3 (3.6)
mean= 12
median= 41
median= 9.5
mean= 12.3 (6.6)
mean= 14 (3)
```

You can copy this text and paste it directly into Google Sheets or Excel, and each entry will be placed in a new row.