Confidence Intervals in Excel - The Excel Statistical Master
Complete step-by-step e-manual showing exactly how and when to create confidence intervals in Excel. This e-manual will make you an expert on doing both types of confidence intervals (intervals of mean and intervals of proportion) and how to set them up in Excel. This e-manual is loaded with completed problems and screenshots in Excel of nearly all major variations of confidence intervals. The instructions are clear and easy-to-follow but at the graduate level. If you are currently taking a difficult graduate-level statistics course that covers confidence intervals, you will find this e-manual to be an outstanding course supplement that will explain confidence intervals much more clearly than your textbook does. If you are a business manager, you will really appreciate how easily and clearly this e-manual will show you how you can create confidence intervals in Excel to solve difficult statistical problems on your job. This e-manual will make you an Excel Statistical Master of the confidence interval.
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