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For questions about importing from or exporting to Microsoft Excel sheets, and interfacing to Microsoft Excel using COM or other methods.

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The Possible Issues section of the documentation says Good starting values may be necessary to get a reasonable fit. It seems we don't need much prior knowledge to get a reasonable fit, in this case: …
answered Sep 26 '17 by Mr.Wizard
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This is not likely to be highly efficient, but I think it is pretty easy to follow, assuming you are familiar with Mathematica pattern and Part syntax: in = {{" ","a","b","c"}, {1,"R","S","T"}, {2,"U …
answered Apr 8 '13 by Mr.Wizard
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Starting with your data as given: tbl = {{{"", 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, 0.8, 0.9, 1.}, {0.3, 0.00122, 0.00182, 0.00247, 0.00311, 0.00382, 0.00453, 0.00524}, {0.4, 0.000949, 0.00149, 0.0021, 0.00272, …
answered Jun 2 '13 by Mr.Wizard
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Copying my answer from SuperUser: I am not familiar with the Excel clipboard format, but there is a lovely suite of tools for pasting tabular data in the form of a Palette. See this page for the … save the Palette to your user Mathematica\SystemFiles\FrontEnd\Palettes directory and it will appear in the Palettes menu. How to paste from Excel in practice An important thing to know about the …
answered Aug 1 '12 by Mr.Wizard