Guide to Microsoft Excel for Scientists and Engineers, Second Edition
- Publish Date: 2000-12-15
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Bernard Liengme
Microsoft Excel has a wide range of scientific functions that the average user would never encounter, let alone utilise, and students keen to use Excel to analyse and represent the results of their experiments are currently forced to wade through almost incomprehensible manuals on Excel. 'A Guide to Microsoft Excel for Scientists and Engineers' gives scientific and engineering students a clear introduction to the use of excel for the analysis and presentation of experimental results, before going on to discuss some of the more advanced functions, such as modelling.
Completely updated to cover the latest versions of Excel, including 2000, Bernard Liengme has also included new material on functions, statistics and the 'Solver' tool, as well as completely rewritten the section on charts. In addition, he has focused on: formulas; charts; curve-fitting; equation solving; integration; macros; statistical functions; logic functions; databases; macros. This new edition of an already indispensable guide is one that no scientist or engineer can afford to be without.
The best introductory book on Excel aimed specifically at scientists and engineers. * Covers the latest versions of Excel, including Excel 2000. * Incorporates changes due to feedback from readers * Contains extra functions and statistics.