If you use Microsoft Excel on a regular basis, odds are you work with numbers. Put those numbers to work. Statistical analysis allows you to find patterns, trends and probabilities within your data. In this MS Excel tutorial from everyone's favorite Excel guru, YouTube's ExcelsFun, the 42nd installment in his "Excel Statistics" series of free video lessons, you'll learn how to calculate the coefficient of variation.
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In project Management we calculate Estimate at completed already. And why we have to calculate Estimate time to complete more?
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