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What is the difference between RSD and RSD(E) in the Empower Calibration Curve window? - WKB91089

Article number: 91089

ENVIRONMENT

  • Empower 3
  • Empower 3 Personal
  • Empower 3 Workgroup
  • Empower 3 Enterprise

ANSWER

RSD stands for relative standard deviation and is also known as the coefficient of variance. The RSD measures the precision of the average of your results. It can be expressed as a percentage or a basic numeral and can be added or subtracted from your main measurement.

RSD(E) is an indication of how close the calibration points come to the curve. This is the precision of the data.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

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