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AVEDEV is used in Excel to calculate the average deviation of a set of data points. It can be used to calculate the standard deviation of a set of data points, or to calculate the variance of a set of data points. To use AVEDEV in Excel, you first need to enter the data points that you want to calculate the average deviation for into a spreadsheet. Then, you need to use the Excel function AVEDEV to calculate the average deviation for the data points. The syntax for the AVEDEV function in Excel is as follows:

=AVEDEV(number1,number2,...)

Where number1, number2, etc. are the data points that you want to calculate the average deviation for.

The syntax of AVEDEV is as follows: =AVEDEV(number1,number2,number3)

This function calculates the average of the absolute deviations of the supplied numbers from the mean. The supplied numbers can be either numbers or arrays of numbers.

The example below uses the AVERAGE() and STDEV() functions to calculate the average and standard deviation of a set of numbers. These functions are used in the AVERAGE() and STDEV.P() functions in Excel, which are used to calculate the average and standard deviation of a population. The AVERAGE() and STDEV.P() functions take an input range of cells and calculate the average and standard deviation of the values in the cells in the range.

AVEDEV is not always the best option for calculating standard deviation in Excel. When calculating the standard deviation of a sample, you should use the STDEV function. When calculating the standard deviation of a population, you should use the STDEVP function.

The Excel functions AVEDEV, AVERAGE, and STDDEV are all similar in that they calculate a statistic for a given set of data. However, they each have their own specific purpose. AVEDEV is used to calculate the average deviation of a set of data points from their mean value. AVERAGE is used to calculate the arithmetic mean of a set of data points. STDDEV is used to calculate the standard deviation of a set of data points.

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