# Talk:Documentation/Calc Functions/F.DIST

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## SF comments

- (1) Syntax. Update to match help – Cumulative is an optional argument.
- (2) Returns. Are there any limits on the value returned – for example, is the result always non-negative?
- (3) Arguments, general. Since the arguments are named degreesFreedom1 and degreesFreedom2 in the Syntax section, I would prefer to use exactly those names in this section too.
- (4) Arguments, 1st bullet point. Insert “is” before “less than” and “the” before “function”.
- (5) Arguments, 2nd bullet point. Insert “a” before “non-integer” and change “their” to “its”.
- (6) Arguments, general. Do we need to state that any non-numeric argument will give an error?
- (7) Additional details. Suggest change “If Cumulative is FALSE()” to “For the probability density function”. Also suggest change “If Cumulative is TRUE()” to “For the cumulative distribution function”.
- (8) Additional details. Please check the two statements that indicate that the function returns 0 for x < 0. I am not convinced that this is true.
- (9) Additional details. “Error” does not require an upper case “E”.
- (10) Additional details. Should there be a full stop and new paragraph after “otherwise”?
- (11) Additional details. Two occurrences of “FDIST returns” are incorrect on this page – should be “F.DIST”.
- (12) Examples, 1st example. Insert “the” before both “probability” and “F distribution”.
- (13) Examples, 2nd example. Insert “the” before both “cumulative” and “F distribution”.
- (14) Related LibreOffice functions. Should FTEST be included?
- (15) ODF standard. Does this match the ODF’s FDIST function?

--Stevefanning (talk) 2020-10-18T16:03:30 (UTC)