"Kyle" <> wrote: > How do I calculate standard error in excel? =STDEV(range) / SQRT(COUNT(range)) Note that in Excel, STDEV is the sample std dev (variance computed using n-1), not the population std dev (STDEVP; variance computed using n)

If your referring to statistics, I think you mean standard deviation (how far data is off from the average). In which case, you want to use STDEV. -- Best Regards, Luke M *Remember to click "yes" if this post helped you!* "Kyle" wrote: > How do I calculate standard error in excel?

Depends on your definition of standard error. Is this what you're looking for? http://mtsu32.mtsu.edu:11009/Graphing_Guides/Excel_Guide_Std_Error.htm HTH, Eric "Kyle" wrote: > How do I calculate standard error in excel?

Look up "standard error" in the Excel help file and see what is says about "STEYX" -- Jim Cone Portland, Oregon USA "Kyle" <> wrote in message How do I calculate standard error in excel?

assuming that your data are as : Known y's are in range A2: A20 Known x's are in tange B2 : B20 try this =STEYX(A2:A20,B2:B20) -- Hope this is helpful Pls click the Yes button below if this post provide answer you have asked Thank You cheers, francis Am not a greek but an ordinary user trying to assist another "Kyle" wrote: > How do I calculate standard error in excel?

Errata.... I wrote: > "Kyle" <> wrote: >> How do I calculate standard error in excel? > > =STDEV(range) / SQRT(COUNT(range)) As others noted, arguably it depends on what standard error you want. The formula above is the standard error of the mean. ----- original message ----- "JoeU2004" <> wrote in message news:... > "Kyle" <> wrote: >> How do I calculate standard error in excel? > > =STDEV(range) / SQRT(COUNT(range)) > > Note that in Excel, STDEV is the sample std dev (variance computed using > n-1), not the population std dev (STDEVP; variance computed using n)