Pages created and updated by
Terry Sturtevant
Date Posted:
May 12, 2017
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Follow these links if you're looking for the
Uncertainty Analysis (Error Analysis) Handbook
This
manual
is mainly a collection of sections from my lab manuals for
various courses. If this becomes popular, I will try to develop it
further.
Because of the mathematical nature of many of these topics, the
manual
is produced in
LA TE X
rather than in HTML.
Topics in the manual include the following (links will take you directly to
specific chapters in the manual):
In PDF
format, produced in
LaTeX
Specific sections
Linearizing equations
chapter from the handbook. (I've separated this
one as it seems to be a popular topic of web
searches on its own.)
Other resources
Alternate
linearizing
equations explanation.
(I think this will be more popular than
the book chapter, since it's more visual
and interactive.)
OGG video (screencast) of
linearizing
equations explanation.
Screencast of Linearizing Equations presentation
Alternate
repeated measurements
explanation.
(I think this will be more popular than
the book chapter, since it's more visual
and interactive.)
Explanation of statistics concepts [screencast of
PDF]
A JavaScript calculator for experimental uncertainty calculations
which handles both standard error and maximum error
OGG Video on how to use the Javascript Uncertainty
calculator
VLC video player for OGG Video
(various platforms)
Javascript Uncertainty calculator
New! PHP version of the calculator in case your browser doesn't
have Javascript. (i.e. Everything runs on the server so any browser
should be ok.)
PHP Uncertainty calculator
Uncertainty calculator (old version)
Try this one if the one above doesn't work for you.
A JavaScript calculator for experimental statistical
calculations, including mean, standard deviation, and standard
deviation of the mean
OGG Video on how to use the Javascript Statistical
calculator
Statistical calculator
Statistical calculator (old version)
Try this one if the one above doesn't work for you.
How to use the statistics calculator [screencast]
A JavaScript tester for human reaction time
Reaction time tester
How the manual was produced
In case you're unfamiliar with it, and would like to produce documents
containing equations which look professional, here is a
LaTeX Tutorial .