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Latest revision as of 08:43, 17 July 2018


STDEVP

Returns the population standard deviation.

Syntax:

STDEVP(number1; number2; ... number30)

number1 to number30 are up to 30 numbers or ranges containing numbers.
STDEVP returns the standard deviation where number1 to number30 are the entire population. If you only have a sample of the population use STDEV instead. For a population of N values, the calculation formula is:
Calc pop stddev formula.png.

Example:

STDEVP(3; 3; 7; 7)

returns 2.

Issues:

  • Calc assumes that logical values are 1 (TRUE) and 0 (FALSE). Excel ignores logical values.



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