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written by Robert DeSerio
Treatise on statistical analysis of data geared toward students in the advanced physics lab.  Includes instructions on using Excel for linear and nonlinear regression and the "delta chi-square equals 1 rule" for finding uncertainties for nonlinear regression.
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General Physics
- Measurement/Units
= Error
Mathematical Tools
- Non-linear Equations
- Numerical Analysis
- Probability
- Statistics
Other Sciences
- Computer Science
- Mathematics
- Upper Undergraduate
- Graduate/Professional
- Instructional Material
= Tutorial
- Reference Material
= Report
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chi-square, linear regression, nonlinear regression, random error, statistics, student-T, systematic error, uncertainties
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Metadata instance created January 28, 2009 by Robert DeSerio
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October 15, 2012 by Robert DeSerio
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