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Hello there!

There is a problem with calculating the uncertainty from semi- ln plot. The linear fitting gives standard errors as you can see in attached picture. In the Y axis are ln J values, obviously. If the intersection with y-axis, x=0, then we get the point y=b=-33,21, and it's ln J', so the J' equals: exp(-33,21), ok it works fine. But the uncertainty of J' gives then value of exp(0,212), which is about 10^14 factor greater than the calculated value of J'.

What's wrong with my solution?

There is a problem with calculating the uncertainty from semi- ln plot. The linear fitting gives standard errors as you can see in attached picture. In the Y axis are ln J values, obviously. If the intersection with y-axis, x=0, then we get the point y=b=-33,21, and it's ln J', so the J' equals: exp(-33,21), ok it works fine. But the uncertainty of J' gives then value of exp(0,212), which is about 10^14 factor greater than the calculated value of J'.

What's wrong with my solution?