Values of linear trend line

aayat

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Hi,
I plotted a chart and from excel i made a LINEAR trendline. It draws a line, but is there a way where i can get the values in excel. As charts only plot the line, but i need the values.

Is it possible ? I will be really thankful.

Thanks

aayat
 

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and i draw a trendline from excel. But =trend() wants
=TREND(known_y's,known_x's,new_x's,const)

confused ? :(
 
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tusharm

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Use LINEST to get the equation of the line, then do whatever you want with the intercept and the slope.
aayat said:
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and i draw a trendline from excel. But =trend() wants
=TREND(known_y's,known_x's,new_x's,const)

confused ? :(
 
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montecarlo2012

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PaddyD, excelent way to explain, can you do the same thing with the others lines, because I was checking the nest post from some site MT and they don't ilustrated nothing. thank you for any help.
 
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montecarlo2012

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thanks ANDREW and PADDYD. in mehta they don't explain like paddyd did, and in spreadsheetpage there are not examples, so, I am looking for examples like paddyd did, in A the order, B the values and C polynomial or average flow but show me pleeeeaaase.
 
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PaddyD

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???

If you've excel, all you need to do is stick some values in some cells & apply the formulas mentioned to the ranges. Asking us to do it is kind of like asking us to help you type, rather than solve an excel problem.

Give it a go - stick some values in some cells, apply the formuals and see what you get. If you've still got questions after that, then at least you'll have something concrete to ask about....
 
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