The COVARIANCE.S function in Google Sheets calculates the sample covariance of two arrays of numbers. This function is useful for measuring the correlation between two sets of data. The syntax for the COVARIANCE.S function is: COVARIANCE.S(array1,array2)
The syntax of COVARIANCE.S in Google Sheets is as follows: =COVARIANCE.S(array1,array2)
This function calculates the covariance of two arrays of data. The arrays can be of any size, and can contain any type of data.
Covariance.S is a function in Google Sheets that calculates the sample covariance between two arrays of numbers. The function takes two arrays of numbers as input, and calculates the covariance between the elements of the arrays. The covariance is a measure of how two arrays of numbers are related to each other. The function returns a value between -1 and 1, with a value of 1 indicating that the arrays are perfectly correlated, and a value of -1 indicating that the arrays are perfectly negatively correlated.
The COVARIANCE.S function should not be used when calculating the covariance between two sets of data that do not have the same unit of measurement. For example, if you are calculating the covariance between the heights of two people, you would use meters as the unit of measurement, not inches.
There are a few similar formulae to COVARIANCE.S in Google Sheets. One is called "VAR.S" and is used to calculate the variance of a series of numbers. Another is called "CORREL" and is used to calculate the correlation coefficient between two series of numbers.