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A Guide to Microsoft Excel 2013 for Scientists and Engineers



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Author: Bernard Liengme

Publisher: Academic Press

Publish Date: 13th March 2015

ISBN-13: 9780128028162

Pages: 382

Language: English

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Description

Completely updated guide for students, scientists and engineers who want to use Microsoft Excel 2013 to its full potential. Electronic spreadsheet analysis has become part of the everyday work of researchers in all areas of engineering and science. Microsoft Excel, as the industry standard spreadsheet, has a range of scientific functions that can be utilized for the modeling, analysis and presentation of quantitative data. This text provides a straightforward guide to using these functions of Microsoft Excel, guiding the reader from basic principles through to more complicated areas such as formulae, charts, curve-fitting, equation solving, integration, macros, statistical functions, and presenting quantitative data.

Table of Contents

PrefaceConventions Used in this Book Chapter 1: Welcome to Microsoft® Excel 2013Abstract Exercise 1: Customizing the QAT Exercise 2: Customizing the Ribbon Control The Worksheet Excel 2013 Specifications and Limits Compatibility with Other Versions Exercise 3: The Status Bar Chapter 2: Basic OperationsAbstract Exercise 1: Simple Arithmetic Exercise 2: The Mathematical Operators Exercise 3: Formatting (Displayed and Stored Values) Exercise 4: Working with Fractions Exercise 5: A Practical Worksheet Copying Formulas: What Happens to References? What’s in a Name? Exercise 6: Another Practical Example Exercise 7: The Evaluate Formula Tool Special Symbols, Subscripts, and Superscripts Mathematical Limitations of Excel Play It Again, Sam Chapter 3: Printing in ExcelAbstract Exercise 1: Quick Print and Print Preview The Print Preview Dialog Exercise 2: The Page Layout Tab Exercise 3: Header/Footers and Page Breaks Exercise 4: Documentation and Printing Formulas Chapter 4: Using FunctionsAbstract Exercise 1: The AutoSum Tool The Insert Function Command Exercise 2: Computing a Weighted Average Exercise 3: Entering Formulas by Typing Exercise 4: Trigonometry Functions Exercise 5: Exponential Functions Exercise 6: The ROUND, ROUNDUP, and ROUNDDOWN Functions Other Rounding Functions Some Other Mathematical Functions Array Formulas Exercise 7: Matrix Functions Volatility: Calculate Mode Exercise 8: Solving Systems of Equations Financial Functions Exercise 9: Borrower Beware Chapter 5: Conditional FunctionsAbstract Logical Comparison Operators Exercise 1: Boolean Functions Exercise 2: Practical Example The IF Function Nested Ifs IF Formulas with Boolean Functions The IFERROR Function Exercise 3: Resistors Revisited Exercise 4: Quadratic Equation Solver Exercise 5: Protecting a Worksheet Table Lookup Functions Exercise 6: A Simple Lookup Exercise 7: A Two-Valued Lookup Exercise 8: Conditional Arithmetic Exercise 9: Array Formulas Exercise 10: The SUMPRODUCT function Exercise 11: Conditional Formatting Chapter 6: Data MiningAbstract Exercise 1: Importing TXT File Exercise 2: Counting and Summing with Criteria Exercise 3: Frequency Distribution Exercise 4: Pivot Tables Exercise 5: Sorting Exercise 6: Filtering Exercise 7: The Excel Table Chapter 7: ChartsAbstract Exercise 1: An XY Chart Exercise 2: Plotting Functions Changing the Position of Axes Crossing Filtering a Chart with Many Data Series Finding Roots Exercise 3: Adding and Deleting Data Series Exercise 4: XY Chart with Two Y-axes Exercise 5: Chart with Control Lines Exercise 6: Large Numbers and Log Scales Exercise 7: Error Bars Exercise 8: Plotting Parametric Equations Other Chart Types Exercise 9: Polar (Radar) Chart Exercise 10: Surface Charts Exercise 11: Combination Charts Exercise 12: Bar Charts Plotting Sine Curves URLs for Chart Websites Chapter 8: Regression AnalysisAbstract Exercise 1: Trendline, SLOPE, and INTERCEPT Exercise 2: Interpolation and FORECAST Exercise 3: The LINEST Function Exercise 4: Fixed Intercept Exercise 5: Multilinear Regression Exercise 6: A Polynomial Fit Exercise 7: A Logarithmic Fit (LOGEST) Exercise 8: The FORECAST, TREND, and GROWTH functions Residuals Exercise 9: Slope and Tangent Exercise 10: The Analysis ToolPak Chapter 9: VBA User-Defined FunctionsAbstract Exercise 1: The Visual Basic Editor Syntax of a Function Exercise 2: A Simple Function Naming Functions and Variables Worksheet and VBA Functions Exercise 3: When Things Go Wrong Programming Structures Exercise 4: The IF Structure Exercise 5: Boolean Operators The Select…Case Structure Exercise 6: Select Example The For…Next Structure The Excel Object Model: An Introduction Exercise 7: For Each…Next Exercise 8: The Do…Loop Structure Variables and Data Types Input-output of Arrays Exercise 9: An Array Function Using Functions from Other Workbooks Chapter 10: VBA SubroutinesAbstract Exercise 1: Recording a Macro Subroutines That Compute Notes on the VB Editor Exercise 2: A Computing Macro Name That Variable Exercise 3: Bolt Hole Positions Exercise 4: Finding Roots by Bisection Exercise 5: Using Arrays Exercise 6: Adding a Control Exercise 7: User Forms Chapter 11: Modeling IAbstract Exercise 1: Population Model Exercise 2: Vapor Pressure of Ammonia Exercise 3: Stress Analysis Exercise 4: Circuit Analysis Exercise 5: Ladder Down the Mine Exercise 6: Adding Waves Exercise 7: Centroid of a Polygon Exercise 8: Finding Roots by Iteration Chapter 12: Using SolverAbstract Exercise 1: Goal Seek Exercise 2: Solver as a Root Finder Solving Equations with Constraints Exercise 3: Finding Multiple Roots Exercise 4: Systems of Nonlinear Equations Exercise 5: Curve Fitting with Solver Exercise 6: Gaussian Curve Fit Exercise 7: Solver Versus Linearization Exercise 8: A Minimization Problem Exercise 9: An Optimization Problem Chapter 13: Numerical IntegrationAbstract Exercise 1: The Trapezoid Rule Exercise 2: Simpson’s ⅓ Rule Exercise 3: Adding Flexibility Exercise 4: Going Modular Exercise 5: Tabular Data Exercise 6: Gaussian Integration Exercise 7: Monte Carlo Techniques Chapter 14: Differential EquationsAbstract Exercise 1: Euler’s Method Exercise 2: The Runge-Kutta Methods Exercise 3: Solving with a User-Defined Function Simultaneous and Second-Order Differential Equations Exercise 4: Solving a Second-Order Equation Exercise 5: The Simple Pendulum Chapter 15: Modeling IIAbstract Exercise 1: The Four-Bar Crank Exercise 2: Temperature Profile Using Matrix Algebra Exercise 3: Temperature Profile Using Solver Exercise 4: Emptying the Tank Exercise 5: An Improved Tank Emptying Model Chapter 16: Statistics for ExperimentersAbstract Exercise 1: Descriptive Statistics Exercise 2: Frequency Distribution Exercise 3: Confidence Limits Exercise 4: The Experimental and Expected Mean Exercise 5: Pooled Standard Deviation Exercise 6: Comparing Paired Arrays Exercise 7: Comparing Repeated Measurements Exercise 8: The Calibration Curve Revisited Exercise 9: More on the Calibration Curve Appendix: AnswersChapter 2 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 16 Index