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With examples from the world of science and engineering, this reference teaches scientists how to create graphs, analyze statistics and regressions, and plot and organize scientific data. Physicists and engineers can learn the tips and techniques of Exceland tailor them specifically to their experiments, designs, and research. They will learn when to use NORMDIST vs NORMSDist and CONFIDENCE vs Z, how to keep data-validation lists on a hidden worksheet, use pivot tables to chart frequency distribution, generate random samples with various characteristics, and much more. Ideal for students and professionals alike, this handbook will enable greater productivity and efficiency.

Topics: Problem Solving, Mathematics, Scientists, Informative, and How-To Guides

Published: Holy Macro Books an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781615473069
List price: $12.95
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