> The new Excel has more statistical functions than I remember SAS or SSPE
> having. I don't work for Microsoft, nor do I own stock. I just use
> Leonard N. Bloksberg
>bloksber at pilot.msu.edu> .
The accuracy of their functions may leave a bit to be desired, though.
I've just starting using Excel 5 and compared a simple linear regression
with the results from Systat. There was a good bit of difference in the
sums of squares. For instance Excel gave a residual SS of 1501.088 vs
Systat's 1500.565. The resulting f-ratio was 364.1975 vs 364.300. I
think I would tend to believe Systat's results more :-)
I've only tried it with this one data set so far, so I can't say how much
of a problem this is.
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