Tutoring statistics, the tutor is happy to share the CONFIDENCE.T() function from LibreOffice Calc. My last couple of posts (here and here) I’ve talked about confidence intervals for the mean. Yesterday I mentioned finding one using Excel or LibreOffice Calc’s …

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Tutoring statistics, you realize how convenient using a spreadsheet can be. In yesterday’s post I mentioned some theoretical points about two-sided confidence intervals for the population mean. On the practical side, if you simply need a confidence interval for the …

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Tutoring spreadsheet usage, cell references are important. Let’s imagine you want a1 in the first sheet of a workbook to have the value of b1 in sheet 2. Here’s how you can do so with text: Excel: type, in a1 …

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The tutor explains how to change from scientific notation to regular number format in Excel or LibreOffice Calc. In my post from Feb 14 I mention that 1.69e-05 equals 0.0000169. Written 1.69e-05, the number is in scientific notation. Perhaps the …

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