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Generally error bars (standard deviations) vary point-by-point in a graph
depending on the distribution of individual values for each point. Excel can
calculate these separate standard deviations, but there appears to be no way
to display them in a graph. Has anyone found a way around this?

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You can easily apply custom error bars to a series. I describe how he

http://peltiertech.com/Excel/ChartsHowTo/ErrorBars.html

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Generally error bars (standard deviations) vary point-by-point in a graph
depending on the distribution of individual values for each point. Excel
can
calculate these separate standard deviations, but there appears to be no
way
to display them in a graph. Has anyone found a way around this?



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