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FISHER: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use FISHER in Google Sheets?

I use FISHER in Google Sheets to calculate the Spearman correlation coefficient between two sets of data. The FISHER function takes two arrays of numbers and calculates the Spearman correlation coefficient between them. I use the FISHER function to compare two sets of data to see if they are correlated. If the Spearman correlation coefficient is greater than 0, then the two sets of data are correlated. If the Spearman correlation coefficient is less than 0, then the two sets of data are not correlated.

What is the syntax of FISHER in Google Sheets?

The syntax of FISHER in Google Sheets is as follows:

=FISHER(x,y)

This function will calculate the Fisher exact probability for two-by-two tables. The first argument is the vector of observed frequencies, and the second argument is the vector of expected frequencies.

What is an example of how to use FISHER in Google Sheets?

The FISHER function in Google Sheets can be used to calculate the Fisher Transformation of a set of data. This function can be used to calculate the Z score for a set of data. The Z score can be used to determine the probability that a data point is due to chance.

When should you not use FISHER in Google Sheets?

There are several instances when you should not use the FISHER function in Google Sheets. One such situation is when you are attempting to calculate the correlation coefficient between two sets of data. The FISHER function is not designed to perform this type of calculation, and will return an incorrect result. Additionally, the FISHER function should not be used when calculating the chi-squared statistic, as it will also produce an incorrect result.

What are some similar formulae to FISHER in Google Sheets?

FISHER is a formula that finds the position of a value in a list of values, and it returns the position and the value. There are some similar formulae that you can use in Google Sheets. The INDEX function finds the position of a value in a list of values, and it returns the position and the value. The VLOOKUP function finds the value in a left-most column of a table, and it returns the value in the corresponding row. The HLOOKUP function finds the value in a top-leftmost column of a table, and it returns the value in the corresponding row.

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