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Google Sheets

In Google Sheets, the DSTDEV function calculates the standard deviation of a sample population, based on a supplied set of data. This function is particularly useful for determining the variability of a data set, and can be used to identify potential outliers. The syntax for the DSTDEV function is: DSTDEV(array, k) The "array" argument is the set of data to be analyzed, while the "k" argument is the number of data points in the array.

The syntax of DSTDEV in Google Sheets is as follows:

=DSTDEV(database,field,start_date,end_date)

database is the name of the database in which the field is located

field is the name of the field

start_date is the starting date for the calculation

end_date is the ending date for the calculation

The DSTDEV function in Google Sheets can be used to calculate the standard deviation of a list of data points that have been adjusted for daylight saving time. For example, the following formula can be used to calculate the standard deviation of a list of temperature readings that have been adjusted for daylight saving time:

=DSTDEV(A2:A11)

DSTDEV should not be used when there is a large difference between the data in the first and last rows of the data set. The function will return the wrong result in these cases. Additionally, DSTDEV should not be used with data that is not sorted in ascending order.

The following are some similar formulae to DSTDEV in Google Sheets: DSTDEVP: Returns the standard deviation of a list of numbers, using the DSTDEV function DSTDEVPA: Returns the standard deviation of a list of numbers, using the DSTDEVP function DSTDEVPI: Returns the standard deviation of a list of numbers, using the DSTDEVPI function DSTDEVPX: Returns the standard deviation of a list of numbers, using the DSTDEVPX function DSTDEVQ: Returns the standard deviation of a list of numbers, using the DSTDEVQ function DSTDEVR: Returns the standard deviation of a list of numbers, using the DSTDEVR function DSTDEVRI: Returns the standard deviation of a list of numbers, using the DSTDEVRI function DSTDEVPK: Returns the standard deviation of a list of numbers, using the DSTDEVPK function

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