Excel

## How do you use STANDARDIZE in Excel?

The STANDARDIZE function in Excel takes a number and a standard deviation and returns a standardized value. The standardized value is the number's value divided by the standard deviation. The STANDARDIZE function is used to compare values that are not of the same units.

## What is the syntax of STANDARDIZE in Excel?

The syntax of STANDARDIZE in Excel is as follows: =STANDARDIZE(x,mean,standard_deviation) x is the input value to be standardized. mean is the average of the input values. standard_deviation is the standard deviation of the input values.

## What is an example of how to use STANDARDIZE in Excel?

The Excel function STANDARDIZE takes a number and a unit of measurement and creates a standardized value. The syntax is: =STANDARDIZE(number, unit)

For example, the value of pi is standardized to 3.14. To do this in Excel, type the following formula:

=STANDARDIZE(3.141592653589793, "Pi")

The value 3.141592653589793 is the number, and "Pi" is the unit. The standardized value is 3.14.

## When should you not use STANDARDIZE in Excel?

There are a few instances where you should not use STANDARDIZE in Excel. One is if you have a list of numbers that are not evenly spaced. For example, if you have the numbers 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, the STANDARDIZE function will give you a value of 2.5. Another instance where you should not use STANDARDIZE is if you have a list of text values. For example, if you have the text values "January", "February", "March", "April", the STANDARDIZE function will give you a value of "1".

## What are some similar formulae to STANDARDIZE in Excel?

There are a few similar formulae to STANDARDIZE in Excel. The first is Z-SCORE, which is the number of standard deviations a particular value is from the mean. The second is STANDARD DEVIATION, which is a measure of how dispersed a data set is. The third is NORM.S.D., which is the standard deviation of a population. The fourth is NORM.D.I., which is the distance a data point is from the mean, divided by the standard deviation.

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