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# Category Archives: Curve fitting

## Calling Numpy polynomial functions from Excel

The Numpy polynomial related function discussed in recent posts can now be downloaded from: py_Numpy.zip The download file includes Python code and a sample spreadsheet. Required installed software is Python, Numba and pyxll to call the code from Excel. Some … Continue reading

Posted in Curve fitting, Excel, Link to Python, Maths, NumPy and SciPy, PyXLL, UDFs
Tagged Excel, Link to Python, Numpy, PyXLL, UDFs
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## VBA procedures for the Numerical Analysis of Tabular Functions

Long time on-line friend Alfred Vachris has recently been converting Fortran code developed through his working career into VBA: I had the opportunity to work at Grumman while going to Graduate School and they gave me a part-time job as … Continue reading

Posted in Coordinate Geometry, Curve fitting, Excel, Fortran, Maths, Newton, UDFs, VBA
Tagged Aitken Graphical Construction, Alfred Vachris, Arc Length, Excel, Interpolation, Tabular Functions, VBA
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## CSpline and Malware

I was recently informed that the Malwarebyte program was raising a warning for the CSpline2 download. On checking I found that the spreadsheet had a VBA module called frmPickwb which was not my code. The file has now been updated, … Continue reading

Posted in Computing - general, Curve fitting, UDFs, VBA
Tagged CSpline2, malware, Malwarebyte
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## Deflections and Moments in Rectangular Plates

Following a question here I have compared tabulated coefficients for deflections and bending moments in a rectangular plate with results of a Strand7 analysis using 8 noded plate/shell elements. The results are summarised below, and in a spreadsheet which also … Continue reading

Posted in Beam Bending, Curve fitting, Excel, Finite Element Analysis, Newton
Tagged Excel, FEA, Linest, Moody, Pilkey, plate bending, plate deflections, Plate stresses, Roark, Strand7, Timoshenko
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## LinEstGap with non-linear functions

The LinEstGap user defined function (UDF) allows the built-in Linest function to be used on data with empty cells or hidden rows, returning results that agree with the chart trend-line function, which automatically ignores blank cells and hidden data. It … Continue reading

Posted in Arrays, Curve fitting, Excel, Maths, Newton, UDFs, VBA
Tagged Excel, Exponential curves, Linest, Linest with gaps, Log curves, non-linear curve fitting, Polynomial curves, Power curves, UDF, VBA
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