Jeff Sauro • February 6, 2006

This calculator takes raw task times, transforms them using the Natural Logarithm and computes a confidence interval. The values are displayed in the dot-plots graph below. You can also download an excel version of this calculator.3 Days of Hands-On Training on User Experience Methods, Metrics and Analysis.Learn More

Identifying the 3 Types of Missing Data

10 Essential User Experience Methods

Nine misconceptions about statistics and usability

The Five Most Influential Papers in Usability

A Brief History of the Magic Number 5 in Usability Testing

Why you only need to test with five users (explained)

10 Things to Know about Usability Problems

Confidence Interval Calculator for a Completion Rate

Does better usability increase customer loyalty?

8 Ways to Show Design Changes Improved the User Experience

97 Things to Know about Usability

How to Conduct a Usability test on a Mobile Device

5 Examples of Quantifying Qualitative Data

Should you use 5 or 7 point scales?

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