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Google Sheets

There are a few ways to use confidence in Google Sheets. You can use the CONFIDENCE.T function to calculate the confidence interval for a population mean. You can also use the CONFIDENCE.NORM function to calculate the confidence interval for a population proportion.

The syntax of CONFIDENCE in Google Sheets is as follows:

=CONFIDENCE(array,alpha)

Where:

array is the data set you want to calculate the confidence interval for

alpha is the desired confidence level

When you have data in a Google Sheets spreadsheet, you may want to know how confident you can be in that data. You can use the CONFIDENCE function to calculate the confidence interval for a population mean. This function takes into account the standard error of the mean and the sample size.

There are a few occasions when you should not use CONFIDENCE in Google Sheets. If you are working with a data set that has a very low sample size, you should not use CONFIDENCE. The formula is also not recommended for use with data sets that are highly variable. Additionally, if your data set includes a large number of outliers, the CONFIDENCE formula may not produce accurate results.

There are a few formulae that are similar to CONFIDENCE in Google Sheets. One is the BINOM.DIST function, which calculates the probability of getting a certain number of successes out of a given number of trials. Another is the Z-SCORE function, which calculates the standard score of a given set of data. Finally, there is the NORM.DIST function, which calculates the normal distribution of a given set of data.

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