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Spreadsheet for reloading

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Unread 07-21-2010, 06:53 PM
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Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

Thanks everyone.


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Nice spreadsheets. Only thing that I saw in your spreadsheets that might have made it a little easier on you at the time was for the standard deviation calcs. Instead of the formula you used (which is absolutely correct) you could have just entered " =STDEV(B19:B28) "

Very nice sheet and useful as well.
I was so intent on trying to use an equation I never thought about that. That's a really good thing for everyone to know. It's a lot easier to add more data points to the sheet by using that formula than it is to add to the one that I used.
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    Unread 10-18-2010, 04:34 PM
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    Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

    Great Idea it beats having to write all the details down, thanks for the post.
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    Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

    Great spreadsheets couple of things I added was Case type and COAL in the load info sheet and Sectional Density, Headspace, Max Coal, Coal, and group size in the Load Data sumary sheet.

    Also what is "Bullet Stability Factor" I'm not familiar with this term?

    Thanks for the post
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    Great spreadsheets couple of things I added was Case type and COAL in the load info sheet and Sectional Density, Headspace, Max Coal, Coal, and group size in the Load Data sumary sheet.

    Also what is "Bullet Stability Factor" I'm not familiar with this term?

    Thanks for the post
    Those are good adds.

    If I'm not mistaken the term Bullet Stability Factor comes from LoadBase 3.0. I lost my main hard drive a few months ago and I haven't gotten around to recovering everything that was on it yet otherwise I would look.
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    Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

    I really like your spreadsheets thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

    Here is what I use - it does what I need it to do with Redding Comp Dies. (Die Setting)

    http://www.myitcrew.net/Cooper.pdf
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    Re: Spreadsheet for reloading

    Mike
    I'd like to have these two files on my smart phone but for some reason they won't download. Could you email them to me at nimrodmar10@gmail.com? I appreciate the help.
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