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# Pharmaceutical Calculations

## Introduction to the R Programming Language

If you are working in the natural sciences, you may have heard of researchers use something called �

## How to Calculate Molecular Weights and Moles

Introduction Pharmacy students are expected to have a rounded knowledge of pharmaceutical calculatio

## Pharmaceutical Calculations: One-Way ANOVA with Microsoft Excel

What is One-Way ANOVA? A Short Introduction Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) is a widely used statistica

## Pharmaceutical Calculations | Moles and Molarity – Part 2

What is molarity? When working with solutions in a laboratory setting, we often express concentratio

## Pharmacy Calculations | Comparing Two Means Using the t-test

Comparison of means using the t-test: Suppose we obtained two sets of replicate measurements –

## Pharmacy Calculations: Basic Statistics for Data Analysis

What is a statistic? A statistic is any quantity that is calculated from the data in a sample, such

## Pharmacy Calculations: Descriptive Statistics in Excel

Though Microsoft Excel descriptive statistics is not limited to pharmaceutical calculations, it does

## Pharmacy Calculations: Moles (Part 1)

What is a mole? A mole is a unit of measurement used in the chemical sciences. Moles work in a simil

## Pharmacy Calculations | Parenteral Solutions and Isotonicity

Introduction Parenteral solutions and isotonicity are essential concepts that every pharmacy student

## Pharmacy Calculations | Molecular Weights and Moles

Introduction Knowing the theory behind and how to calculate molecular weights and moles is important