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Table 9.3.1 Table of observed and calculated data
Notice the similarities between these two columns of numbers indicating a reasonably good fit to the data.
Table 9.3.2 Table of observed data and weight (square root)
You should look for very high or very low weight values. This may indicate data entry errors or outliers points. Possibly another weighting scheme may be more suitable.
Table 9.3.3 Table of Observed data and the weighted residuals
This table of weighted residuals can be quite instructive. A good fit would be indicate by weighted residuals with similar values and nice random change of sign. This would indicate that the best fit line was between the observed data points. Right where we want it.
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