Please select an option from the pull-down menu above.

Text data editor

Cut-and-paste text or edit data here

Convert commas to spaces (1,2,0,3 yields 1 2 0 3)

Use comma as decimal separator (1,203 = 1.203)

Remove commas from text (1,2,0,3 yields 1203)

Standard Unweighted Fitting: no weights required

Weighted Fitting: each data point requires a weight

This data is provided as an example, cut and paste
as needed to model your data. All lines of text
that do not begin with a number are ignored.
Weighted fitting requires an additional number to
be used as a weight when fitting. The site does
not calculate any weights, which are used as:
error = weight * (predicted - actual)
You must provide any weights you wish to use.
X Y
5.357 0.376
5.457 0.489
5.797 0.874
5.936 1.049
6.161 1.327
6.697 2.054
6.731 2.077
6.775 2.138
8.442 4.744
9.769 7.068
9.861 7.104

Fitting Target

Here you can select the desired fitting target.

Lowest sum of squared absolute error

Lowest sum of squared orthogonal distance

Lowest sum of squared relative error

Lowest sum of absolute value of absolute error

Lowest sum of squared log[predicted/actual]

Lowest sum of absolute value of relative error

Lowest peak absolute value of absolute error

Lowest peak absolute value of relative error

Lowest Akaike Information Criterion

Lowest Bayesian Information Criterion

Data labels for graphs

Here you can enter the
X and Y data labels
to be printed on the report graphs.

Label for first independent data (X)

Label for dependent data (Y)

Graph scaling and lin/log control

Here you can choose the scaling of the data plots.
Log plots require data values greater than zero.

X Scale (2D Only)

Y Scale (2D Only)

Autoscale +/- 1%

Autoscale +/- 2.5%

Autoscale +/- 5%

Autoscale +/- 10%

Autoscale +/- 25%

Autoscale +/- 50%

Autoscale +/- 100%

Autoscale +/- 150%

Autoscale +/- 200%

Manual Scale

Max X:
Min X:

Linear Scaling

Logarithmic Scaling

Autoscale +/- 1%

Autoscale +/- 2.5%

Autoscale +/- 5%

Autoscale +/- 10%

Autoscale +/- 25%

Autoscale +/- 50%

Autoscale +/- 100%

Autoscale +/- 150%

Autoscale +/- 200%

Manual Scale

Max Y:
Min Y:

Linear Scaling

Logarithmic Scaling

Graph size

Here you can choose the size of the graphs. Smaller size files load quickly, with less resolution while large files show more resolution but load more slowly.

320 x 240 (fastest)

500 x 400

640 x 480

700 x 500

800 x 600

900 x 700

1024 x 768

1280 x 1024

1600 x 1200 (slowest)

wide ratio 2400 x 400

Graph Size

Scientific Notation

Here you can control scientific notation on the data plots.

X Control

Y Control

On

Off

Auto

On

Off

Auto

Select Functions

Here you can combine numerator and denominator functions to create a rational equation.

Equation:

y = user-selectable rational

Numerator Functions of X

Offset

x

x^{-1}

x^{2}

x^{-2}

ln(x)

ln(x)^{-1}

exp(x)

exp(-x)

Denominator Functions of X

Offset

x

x^{-1}

x^{2}

x^{-2}

ln(x)

ln(x)^{-1}

exp(x)

exp(-x)

Offset Term

Offset Term

3D Data Point Size Options

Here you can select the data point size for 3D surface plots and 3D scatter plots.