# Category Archives: PyXLL

## More on combined shear and bending design to AS 3600

Further to the last post on this subject I have been looking at procedures to speed up design for shear to AS 3600 when the “refined” analysis procedure is used. The issues that need to be addressed are: I have … Continue reading

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## Latex Maths Text in Excel

There have been many posts here looking at alternative ways of working with functions entered as text on a spreadsheet, and working with units, most recently here. One drawback with this approach is that text in an Excel cell must … Continue reading

## Linking to Python help from Excel

The py_Numpy spreadsheet presented in the previous post has been updated: The new version can be downloaded from: py_Numpy.zip As before, the pyxll add-in is required for the connection from Excel to Python. All the available functions are listed on … Continue reading

## 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

## Solving cubic equations – background and timing

For more information on the polynomial functions, including quartic and higher order solvers, see: Solving Quadratic, Cubic, Quartic and higher order equations; examples Re-reading the Wikipedia article on solving cubic equations, I noticed that the trigonometrical solution for finding 3 real … Continue reading