STEYX is a function in Google Sheets that calculates the standard error of the y-values in a data set. To use STEYX in Google Sheets, you first need to enter the data set into a spreadsheet. Then, select the cells that contain the y-values for the data set. Next, type "=STEYX()" into the cell next to the data set. This will calculate the standard error for the y-values in the data set.
The syntax of STEYX in Google Sheets is as follows:
The function takes up to 10 arrays as input, which it then uses to calculate a steyx matrix.
The STEYX function is used to calculate the standard error of the y-intercept for a linear regression. In Google Sheets, you can use the STEYX function by typing =STEYX(x, y) into a cell, where x is the column with the independent variable data and y is the column with the dependent variable data.
There are a few instances in which you should not use STEYX in Google Sheets. First, if you are looking to find the standard deviation of a list of numbers, you should use the STDEVA function instead. Second, if you are working with a list that has text values, you should use the VLOOKUP function instead of STEYX. Finally, if you are trying to calculate the exponential smoothing forecast for a set of data, you should use the AVERAGE function instead of STEYX.
There are a few similar formulae to STEYX in Google Sheets. One is called "LINEST()" which is used to calculate a line's equation from a set of data points. Another is called "SLOPE()" which calculates the slope of a line between two points. Finally, there is "INTERCEPT()" which calculates the y-intercept of a line between two points.