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You have done an excellent job in putting together calculation of Statistics in Excel as most business folks especially in Finance uses excel as their main tool.

I’m very much happy to have seen your website on Real Statistics Using Excel. It helped me a lot in my statistical calculations.
Thank you for this wonderful site.
Cognizant to this, may I also inquire, if you have some notes on Sample Size determination (i.e. when and how to use it).
Thank you in advance.

Michael,
Thank you. I am now considering what to do next. I expect to add multi-level models eventually. My next focus will likely be to add more information and/or software capabilities related to reliability, two factor ANOVA, ordered logistic regression and Probit.
Charles

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You have done an excellent job in putting together calculation of Statistics in Excel as most business folks especially in Finance uses excel as their main tool.

I’m very much happy to have seen your website on Real Statistics Using Excel. It helped me a lot in my statistical calculations.
Thank you for this wonderful site.
Cognizant to this, may I also inquire, if you have some notes on Sample Size determination (i.e. when and how to use it).
Thank you in advance.

Michael,
Thank you. I am now considering what to do next. I expect to add multi-level models eventually. My next focus will likely be to add more information and/or software capabilities related to reliability, two factor ANOVA, ordered logistic regression and Probit.
Charles

These are the free and shareware programs described in The Missing Manuals. Click the letter that corresponds to your book title to find links to the Missing CD, example files, and related downloads.

We inadvertently included a reference to the "Missing CD" page in some editions of FrontPage 2003: The Missing Manual. This book doesn't have any accompanying practice files, online Web links, or downloadable shareware. Sorry for the confusion.



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