In article <ghermans-1103971228470001 at pstn11.luc.ac.be>, ghermans at luc.ac.be (Guy Hermans) wrote:
>In article <nc1-1003971835510001 at phanes94.mc.duke.edu>, nc1 at acpub.duke.edu>(Namjin Chung) wrote:
>> in a single file of single software. However, I couldn't have figured out
>> how I can add error bars of standard deviation to line chart or bar chart
>> even after many, many trials.
>>You can go on and on... it's simply not there as far as I know. If
>scanning the helpfile doesn't show up anything, it's not there. Microsoft
>will surely let you know what they can do!
It definitely IS there in Excel 5.0. Once you select a data series, you can
INSERT error bars and then give cutomized error values. The data boxes for
this will accept a data range. For example, if you have your data in 3 columns
- X values, Y values and Y errors - you can use the third column to define the
error bar extent for the data series.
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