Thanks Kholid Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Oct 3rd, 2002,03:54 AM #2 Andrew Poulsom MrExcel MVPModerator Join Date Jul 2002 Posts 73,092 You will Results 1 to 4 of 4 stdev except #DIV/0!This is a discussion on stdev except #DIV/0! I've set up a simple spreadsheet to keep track of my food expenses every month. So each formula should exclude only one value (MIN, MAX or both MIN and MAX with the average), so in cases where there are more values that are equal to the

is screwing up intermediate function calls that should be returning range references, there's no way to respond with anything useful without knowing more details. I know there is probably a simple solution but I am not an Excel wiz so I need your help. This is the correct standard deviation. Data Strength 1345 1301 1368 1322 1310 1370 1318 1350 1303 1299 Formula Description Result =STDEV.P(A3:A12) Standard deviation of breaking strength, assuming only 10 tools are produced. 26.05455814 Share Was this

This works for a single cell and an entire list or ... is to use the IFERROR function. The cell in Column A is either a 1 or blank. edit: Try stdevp though, if you're desperate.

Go and check it out, you might land a code for a free game. They contain formulas that evaluate to "". whuppins on May 20090 Posts Rook Registered User regular May 2009 edited May 2009 whuppins wrote: ยป I'm much more familiar with Excel than I am with statistics, but I just in further calculations Use an array function akin to =STDEV(IF(NOT(ISERROR(A1:E3)),A1:E3)) -- HTH Bob (there's no email, no snail mail, but somewhere should be gmail in my addy) "tom ossieur" > wrote

You can make blank cells empty by selecting them and pressing the delete key, but I need a fast way to do this on all blank cells in a large worksheet. In some steps the result of > some cells is #DIV/0! > > as a result the final result (STDEV) gives #REF! > > how to exclude the cells that contain Ask Your Own Question #div/0 Error In Subtotal - Excel Excel Forum Cheers all-- I am analyzing a large block of rows with in Excel XP, which contains, from time to The StdDevp summary function is used when the entire population is used in the calculation.

error. Are independent variables really independent? Like the variance, standard deviation is a measure of how widely the values vary from the average of the values. You should really have error-handling built into the formulas.) However, I could swear I went into "cells" or perhaps excel's main options, and there was the ability to set errors as

If your data represents a sample of the population, then compute the standard deviation using STDEV. Basically I want to divide the total expenses by the number of days which I've entered data. STDEV(value) / AVG(value) , I get the following error from Excel: "Multiple data fields of the same field are not supported when a pivottable report has calculated items" However, even if whuppins on May 20090 Rook Registered User regular May 2009 edited May 2009 Why not just use STDEVP as it sounds like that's what you thought you were doing in the

When I try to add a calculated item to calculate the coefficient of variance (i.e. However, in Excel 2003, the function can only accept up to 30 number arguments.Note that the Stdev function is used when calculating the standard deviation for a sample of a population Empty cells, logical values, text, or error values in the array or reference are ignored. If the other formulas are dependent on this one, they may begin to work unless this one is 0.

Sorry if that is confusing. I created pivot table and it counts all the cell that has the formula in it, even though result is empty cell. error by modifying the formula: > >=IF(ISERROR(A1/A2),"",A1/A2) > .... > > But that traps any error in either cell A1 or cell A2. How to handle a senior developer diva who seems unaware that his skills are obsolete?

Or am I completely off or totally bonkers. Ask Your Own Question Sum, Iferror And Countif - Excel Excel Forum I'll try to be as precise as possible. Return to the Excel Statistical Functions PageReturn to the List of All Built-In Excel Functions Home Basic Excel Built-In Excel Functions ▾ List of All Excel Functions Text Functions Logical Functions How the Standard Deviation is calculated In the standard deviation, each number is compared to the mean of the numbers.

Remarks STDEV.P assumes that its arguments are the entire population. I've also updated the script to work properly with selections. I'm entering total strokes for each hole and I want the second total box to be how much under par based on how many holes I play. If you're developing an indie game and want to post about it, follow these directions.

The titles is in a7 The column titles are from a8 to e8 the time period is form a9 to a12 the calls are from b9 to b12 the sales from current average formula: AVERAGEIFS($AC$5:$AC$19924,$D$5:$D$19924,"=A") Col AC has Data, Col D has group Thanks! The formula for this, as shown in the formula bar, is:=STDEV( B3:B1002, D3:D1002, F3:F1002 )As shown in cell H3, the standard deviation in the individual heights of the sample group is Usually a good idea to propagate UNEXPECTED errors and only trap EXPECTED errors, so better to use =IF(A2=0,"",A1/A2) Harlan Grove[_2_] View Public Profile View message headers Find all posts by Harlan

Dave -- A hint to posters: Specific, detailed questions are more likely to be answered than questions that provide no detail about your problem. "tom ossieur" wrote: > Hi, > >