To fix the issue you can do Want to change your scale from Amps/Time to MilliAmps/Time? Multiply by 1000 Trouble with Unix timestamp? Because your timescale reaches back to Jan 1, 1970. Pick a timestamp as your 'zero' time and subtract it from all of the others.
How to get trendline equations in R
By : user2136834
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue i have a series of data in form of time and temperature value. I want to generate a trendline and find the subsequent equation. This could be done in excel. but, how could i find equation of the trendline in R. , but where is the underlying equation?
this one helps. Is there a way in GraphView to graph and find the equation of a linear trendline that represents the data points on a line graph? , There is no trendline in GraphView (at least from what I know of).