how to calculate pooled standard deviation in MS Access

I have a question on how to calculate pooled standard deviation in MS Access. I know MS Access can use StDev(table.field) to get standard deviation. but how can I get pooled standard deviation such as subgroup size is 5? Take the following data as example, in table, there is a field "Measure" as following, set subgroup size as 5
Measure      subgroup
149.5308      1
149.5332      1
149.5288      1
149.5296      1
149.529              1
149.5323      2
149.5301      2
149.5317      2
149.5295      2
149.5328      2
149.5324      3
149.536              3
149.5306      3
149.541              3
149.5416      3
with measurement continue, the data will be continuously recorded. How to get pooled standard deviation so that I can get Cpk? Thanks.
Xingui GuoAsked:
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
I used this source: What is the pooled standard deviation?

Create a query, MeasuresAverage:
SELECT 
    Measures.Subgroup, 
    Count(*) AS MeasureCount, 
    Avg(Measures.Measure) AS GroupAverage
FROM 
   Measures
GROUP BY 
   Measures.Subgroup;

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and then this query, MeasuresCount:
SELECT 
    Sum(MeasuresAverage.MeasureCount) AS TotalMeasures, 
    Count(*) AS GroupCount
FROM 
    MeasuresAverage;

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and then the final query to collect these, MeasuresPooledStandardDeviation:
SELECT 
    Sqr(Sum(([Measure]-[GroupAverage])^2)/First([TotalMeasures]-[GroupCount])) AS PooledStandardDeviation
FROM 
    MeasuresCount, 
    Measures 
INNER JOIN 
    MeasuresAverage 
    ON Measures.Subgroup = MeasuresAverage.Subgroup;

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The result is: 0.00315106

An Access 2016 file is attached.
PooledStandardDeviation.accdb

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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
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