Methods and techniques that are useful in a broad range of scientific and engineering applications include statistical methods, analytical chemistry, crystallography, microscopy and microanalysis, geographic information systems, and electronic data acquisition. Because many methods and techniques are themselves important fields or subfields of science addressed elsewhere in the Open Directory, this category contains numerous cross-links to other categories.
A series of documents and exercises intended to discuss how an experimentalist in the physical sciences determines the errors in a measurement. The level is appropriate for beginning university students in the sciences.
From NIST website: Guidelines and perspectives (U.S. and international) on how to express uncertainties.
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