Data Curve Fit Creator Add-in Free Download

Version: 2.62   (version history)
Date: July 01, 2015

Free To Try

OS: Windows
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Author: SRS1 Software, LLC

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Data Curve Fit Creator Add-in Description

Data Curve Fit Creator Add-in Free Download.

Data Curve Fit Creator Add-in is an easy-to-use data analysis add-in for Microsoft Excel. It adds curve fitting, interpolation, and data smoothing functions to Excel.

Curve fitting functions include polynomial fits and a versatile local regression (loess) function. Interpolations include linear, cubic spline, bessel and monotonic 'constrained' splines, as well as a 'flexible spline' that allows you to specify the slope at each data point.

Data smoothing functions include moving average, median filter, and a Gaussian smoothing filter.

Data Curve Fit Creator Add-in also includes automatic sorting and data repair functions.

Data Curve Fit Creator Add-in keywords: excel, curve fit, polynomial, interpolation, spline, data analysis, regression, add-in, data, smoothing, averaging, gaussian, median

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