# Extreme differences in result using covariance.s and using covariance by data analysis

1. ## Extreme differences in result using covariance.s and using covariance by data analysis

Differences in covariances.png

Extreme differences in result using covariance.s and using covariance by data analysis (add inn).

Why is the result so different?

2. ## Re: Extreme differences in result using covariance.s and using covariance by data analysis

Hi,
in the nicest possible way, I can't be bothered to type in the values and try and work out what you might be doing.
So if you want some help : attach a spreadsheet

4. ## Re: Extreme differences in result using covariance.s and using covariance by data analysis

Attach a sample workbook. Make sure there is just enough data to make it clear what is needed. Include a BEFORE sheet and an AFTER sheet in the workbook if needed to show the process you're trying to complete or automate. Make sure your desired results are demonstrated, mock them up manually if needed. Remember to desensitize the data.

Click on GO ADVANCED and use the paperclip icon to open the upload window.

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5. ## Re: Extreme differences in result using covariance.s and using covariance by data analysis

When you hit REPLY then do GO ADVANCED the attachment option is there. The first step is to upload and then attach it to the email.

6. ## Re: Extreme differences in result using covariance.s and using covariance by data analysis

COV differences.xlsx

7. ## Re: Extreme differences in result using covariance.s and using covariance by data analysis

The Data Analysis tool lists the x,y covariance as -11.33 (same result using older COVAR function in Excel). The 44.25 is the x,x covariance

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