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EXPERIMENT 4: EXCEL LABORATORY Jennie Senter Locker #H-10 2/13/07 Experiment Performed 2/6/08
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Excel has many benefits that greatly outweigh any disadvantages it may present. Analyzing a substantial amount of data, such as those in major research laboratories, is virtually impossible to do without a computer program. On small-scale experiments, such as the ones conducted in this class, the use of Excel can considerably reduce the amount of time and effort that goes into analyzing data. A program like Excel’s calculations is more
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Unformatted text preview: accurate than those done by hand. Data and analyses are typically much more organized than hand-written data and calculations, making it easy to find anything one may be looking for. On large-scale experiments, Excel may not be advanced enough to process information efficiently, so a different type of program may be needed. On a smaller-scale and for everyday use, the Excel user may rely on the program too much and neglect to double check for any human errors....
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