The STANDARDIZE function in Google Sheets returns a value that is the standardized value of the given argument. The standardized value is the value of the argument after it has been normalized to have a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1.
The syntax of STANDARDIZE in Google Sheets is as follows: =STANDARDIZE(array, scale)
array - The input array to be standardized. scale - The scale factor to be applied to the input array.
There are many ways to use the STANDARDIZE function in Google Sheets. An example of how to use STANDARDIZE is to find the average of a set of numbers. To do this, you would first enter the set of numbers into a Google Sheet. Then, you would use the STANDARDIZE function to find the average of the set of numbers. The STANDARDIZE function takes a set of numbers and finds the average of the numbers.
There are a few occasions when you should not use STANDARDIZE in Google Sheets. One is when you have a list of data that is not in a consistent order. In this case, the function will not return accurate results. Another time you should not use STANDARDIZE is when you have text data. This function will only work with numerical data.
There are a few different formulae that can be used to standardize data in Google Sheets. The STANDARDIZE() function will return the standard deviation of a set of values, while the STDEV() function will return the standard deviation of a population. The Z-VALUE() function can be used to calculate the standard score (z-score) of a value, which can be used to compare values to a standard normal distribution.