Making Graphs in Excel

Making Graphs in Excel - Graphing Data with Microsoft Excel...

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1 Graphing Data with Microsoft® Excel 2007 Open a blank Excel work sheet Enter your data in columns (independent variables in first column and dependent variables in adjacent columns) In order to have Excel calculate for you, enter = and the calculation to be preformed. In this case LN followed in parentheses by the cell number of the appropriate variable results in Excel doing the calculation for the natural log of the value in that cell =LN(B2) . If you select that first calculation and the rest of the column, you can get Excel to calculate the corresponding values by going to Edit Fill Down Auto-Fill Button
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2 Select the independent and dependent variable columns, which you wish to graph. If the columns are immediately adjacent, it is a straightforward selection. If there is an intervening column, you can either move columns around so the two are adjacent or select the independent data first and then hold down the CTRL . Key (Command key on Macs) and select the dependent variable column. Once the data is selected, click on the little bar graph in the menu bar. You will be
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This note was uploaded on 07/18/2011 for the course BIO 206L taught by Professor Unknown during the Summer '08 term at University of Texas.

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