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Dynamic Range for LinEst

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    Dynamic Range for LinEst

    I have large arrays (n=1000 or more points) for which I would like to use LinEst for calculating best fit lines, quadratics, cubics. I would like to repeatedly calculate these for various length sub-arrays (5, 6, 7, 8, ...,50 points) starting at the first point, then the second point, then the third ... And I would like to do this without repeatedly going back and forth between the worksheet and the macro - just import the arrays using x1range and yrange.
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    Re: Dynamic Range for LinEst

    How about using formulas?

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