# Uncertainty Calculators

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## Need an uncertainty calculator?

You will if you want ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation. You will need a good uncertainty calculator to help you make uncertainty budgets and a scope of accreditation for your laboratory.

All of our calculators will help you meet ISO/IEC 17025 requirements, but which one is right for you?

Keep reading so we can find out.

People always ask “Which calculator should I use?”

It’s a good question because we make several calculators. Each one has a specific use. Read the sections below. They will go into more detail about our uncertainty calculators.

### 1. Simple Uncertainty Calculator

The Simple Uncertainty Calculator is a basic uncertainty calculator that you can use to estimate uncertainty and create uncertainty budgets. It works for just about any type of test or measurement.

In fact, I use it all of the time to estimate uncertainty for my clients.

It is simple to use but has plenty of advanced features that you will not find in other calculators.

I would recommend it to you for replacing any free uncertainty calculator that you found online.

### 2. Easy Uncertainty Calculator

The Easy Uncertainty Calculator is an advanced version of the Simple Uncertainty Calculator. It semi-automates the process of estimating uncertainty by guiding you through it step by step.

Basically, the calculator tells you what data to enter and automatically creates an uncertainty budget for you.

It makes estimating uncertainty very easy, but it is limited to simple uncertainty analysis.

For example, if you need to estimate uncertainty for a direct measurement or simple calibration, then it works great!

However, If you need to estimate uncertainty for a complex process that has multiple stages, involves equations, requires several pieces of equipment, etc.; then, you will want to use the Simple Uncertainty Calculator.

### 3. Multi-Budget Uncertainty Calculator

The Multi-Budget Uncertainty Calculator is a more efficient version of the Simple Uncertainty Calculator. It allows you to be more productive by putting up to 10 uncertainty analyses on one uncertainty budget.

It is great for estimating uncertainty for measurement functions with multiple ranges so you can put them all on one uncertainty budget. Think of a Fluke calibrator or digital multimeter.

It is easier to manage and update 1 budget vs 10 budgets.

I recommend it for labs that have a large scope of accreditation. They will really benefit by reducing the number of uncertainty budgets they have to maintain.

## Don’t want to pay for a calculator?

There are free uncertainty calculators available online. You can ask your accreditation body for their calculator. Most will give it to you for free.

We have a free calculator too. If you can’t afford to buy one of our calculators, we have free options available that we would be glad to give you.

Measurement uncertainty calculators for Microsoft Excel so laboratories can estimate uncertainty in measurement and create uncertainty budgets for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.

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## Need an uncertainty calculator?

You will if you want ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation. You will need a good uncertainty calculator to help you make uncertainty budgets and a scope of accreditation for your laboratory. All of our calculators will help you meet ISO/IEC 17025 requirements, but which one is right for you? Keep reading so we can find out.

People always ask "Which calculator should I use?" It's a good question because we make several calculators. Each one has a specific use. Read the sections below. They will go into more detail about our uncertainty calculators.

### 1. Simple Uncertainty Calculator

The Simple Uncertainty Calculator is a basic uncertainty calculator that you can use to estimate uncertainty and create uncertainty budgets. It works for just about any type of test or measurement. In fact, I use it all of the time to estimate uncertainty for my clients. It is simple to use but has plenty of advanced features that you will not find in other calculators. I would recommend it to you for replacing any free uncertainty calculator that you found online. Learn more about the Simple Uncertainty Calculator

### 2. Easy Uncertainty Calculator

The Easy Uncertainty Calculator is an advanced version of the Simple Uncertainty Calculator. It semi-automates the process of estimating uncertainty by guiding you through it step by step. Basically, the calculator tells you what data to enter and automatically creates an uncertainty budget for you. It makes estimating uncertainty very easy, but it is limited to simple uncertainty analysis. For example, if you need to estimate uncertainty for a direct measurement or simple calibration, then it works great! However, If you need to estimate uncertainty for a complex process that has multiple stages, involves equations, requires several pieces of equipment, etc.; then, you will want to use the Simple Uncertainty Calculator. Learn more about the Easy Uncertainty Calculator

### 3. Multi-Budget Uncertainty Calculator

The Multi-Budget Uncertainty Calculator is a more efficient version of the Simple Uncertainty Calculator. It allows you to be more productive by putting up to 10 uncertainty analyses on one uncertainty budget. It is great for estimating uncertainty for measurement functions with multiple ranges so you can put them all on one uncertainty budget. Think of a Fluke calibrator or digital multimeter. It is easier to manage and update 1 budget vs 10 budgets. I recommend it for labs that have a large scope of accreditation. They will really benefit by reducing the number of uncertainty budgets they have to maintain. Learn more about the Multi-Budget Uncertainty Calculator

## Don't want to pay for a calculator?

There are free uncertainty calculators available online. You can ask your accreditation body for their calculator. Most will give it to you for free. We have a free calculator too. If you can't afford to buy one of our calculators, we have free options available that we would be glad to give you. Measurement uncertainty calculators for Microsoft Excel so laboratories can estimate uncertainty in measurement and create uncertainty budgets for ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.