Data analysis in Excel

Oh, was I excited to find VassarStats.  I haven’t yet encountered a CME outcome analysis that it can’t handle – and it’s free.  Yes, having to cut & paste data between Excel and VassarStats is a bit cumbersome (and subject to error), but I felt it a small price to pay.  And then I found the “data analysis toolpack” in Excel.  Well, actually, I found Jacob Coverstone’s CME/CPD blog, which unlocks this little secret here.  We’ve been sitting on the tools all along.  Thanks, Jacob, for pointing this out.

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One response to “Data analysis in Excel

  1. Neat! Happy to be helpful, Jason.
    Jacob

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