Bug in selection intervals??
- From: "Daniel P. Dougherty" <doughe57 msu edu>
- To: gnumeric-list gnome org
- Subject: Bug in selection intervals??
- Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2011 13:35:07 -0500
It used to be in prior versions of Gnumeric that you could select the entire
column by clicking on the column header when doing a linear regression. Now
when I do this I just get gibberish.
SUMMARY OUTPUT Response Variable: Column 2
Multiple R #VALUE!
Standard Error #VALUE!
Adjusted R^2 #VALUE!
df SS MS F Significance of F
Regression 1 #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE!
Residual #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE!
Total #VALUE! #VALUE!
Coefficients Standard Error t-Statistics p-Value Lower 95% Upper
Intercept #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE!
Column 1 #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE!
Similar frustrations now also occur when trying to do a histogram. Selecting
an entire column without having to drag the entire region worked in previous
versions of Gnumeric. Why has this basic functionality disappeared? Is this
a bug in the new version?? Based on the output I'm seeing it seems to be a
bug and have something to do with 65536 as the maximum number of rows is the
Gnumeric sheet getting treated as data (possibly as zeros) even though the
cells are empty!! Previous versions were smart enough to detect where in the
block of real data ended and the empty cells started.
from −∞ to below 0.04003886889991 65511
from 0.04003886889991 to below 0.14538315034182 3
from 0.14538315034182 to below 0.25072743178374 4
from 0.25072743178374 to below 0.35607171322565 1
from 0.35607171322565 to below 0.46141599466757 5
from 0.46141599466757 to below 0.56676027610949 4
from 0.56676027610949 to below 0.6721045575514 1
from 0.6721045575514 to below 0.77744883899332 2
from 0.77744883899332 to below 0.88279312043524 1
from 0.88279312043524 to below 0.98813740187715 2
from 0.98813740187715 to ∞ 2
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