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# Blog

## Final Friday Fix: November Challenge

25 November 2016

On the final Friday of each month, we’re going to set Excel for you to puzzle over so that you can get your “Excel fix”. Challenge your office colleagues to see who can solve the puzzle quickest. There’s no prizes at this stage, you’re playing for bragging rights...

## November MVP Summit Update

23 November 2016

As long as our own Liam Bastick remains an Excel Most Valuable Professional (MVP), November means a trip to the hallowed halls of Redmond (Washington State) for five days to go and liaise with the Excel product team about what’s coming in the near future and what’s...

## A to Z of Excel Functions: the BETADIST Function (Part 2?)

21 November 2016

In probability theory and statistics, the beta distribution is a family of continuous probability distributions defined on the interval [0, 1] parametrised by two positive shape parameters, denoted by ? (alpha) and ? (beta), that appear as exponents of the random...

## A to Z of Excel Functions: the BETA.DIST Function

18 November 2016

In probability theory and statistics, the beta distribution is a family of continuous probability distributions defined on the interval [0, 1] parametrised by two positive shape parameters, denoted by ? (alpha) and ? (beta), that appear as exponents of the...

## Power Training in December

16 November 2016

As the year works its way to a close, we’re trying to finish it off with as much power and energy as we started with...

## A to Z of Excel Functions: the BESSELY Function

14 November 2016

Welcome back to our regular A to Z of Excel Functions blog. Today we look at the BESSELY function...

## A to Z of Excel Functions: the BESSELK Function

11 November 2016

Bessel functions were first defined by the mathematician Daniel Bernoulli and then generalised by Friedrich Bessel as the canonical solutions y(x) of the differential equation...

## Excel at Monopoly #6: House Rules

9 November 2016

This blog was inspired by a reader who had saw the Monopoly blog series in our monthly newsletter. He asked the question – what rules did I include in our simulation?

## Momentous Day in the US

9 November 2016

We may be a day late and a dollar short, but we haven’t completely had our heads in the sand.

## A to Z of Excel Functions: the BESSELJ Function

7 November 2016

Bessel functions were first defined by the mathematician Daniel Bernoulli and then generalised by Friedrich Bessel as the canonical solutions y(x) of the differential equation...