Talk:Documentation/Calc Functions/F.DIST.RT

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SF comments

(1) Summary. I find the Returns section here to be much clearer than this summary. Could we re-word the summary as “Calculates the area of the right tail of the probability density function for the F-distribution”?
(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) Examples. Suggest re-word “This formula calculates right tailed probability density function for F distribution” as “This formula calculates the area of the right tail of the probability density function for the F-distribution”
(8) Related LibreOffice functions. Should FTEST and / or F.INV.RT be included?
(9) ODF standard. Does this match the ODF’s LEGACY.FDIST function?

--Stevefanning (talk) 2020-10-18T16:04:03 (UTC)