# Tag Archives: complex numbers

## Working with Python polynomials from Excel

Python polynomial functions have several features that require manipulation of data passed from Excel: I have written 3 short Python functions to deal with passing arrays of complex numbers from and to Excel, using pyxll, or within Python code to … Continue reading

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## Python for VBA users – 5; Using built in numpy functions

Previous Python Post In previous posts in this series I have looked at translating VBA functions to solve quadratic and cubic equations, but the Python numpy library has a polyroots function that will solve polynomials of any degree, and will … Continue reading

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## Python for VBA users – 4; Python data types

Previous Python Post The basic range of data types in Python is quite simple, but by the time we have added additional types used in the numpy package, and translation of Excel data types into the Python equivalent the picture … Continue reading

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## Daily Download 13: The ALGLIB maths library and Excel

Today we move onto maths related downloads, starting with the ALGLIB maths library, which has featured here quite frequently: Original post with link to site: ALGLIB Installing AlgLib with Excel VBA Download files: http://interactiveds.com.au/software/AL-Matrix-xlsb.zip   http://interactiveds.com.au/software/AL-Matrix-xls.zip Linking AlgLib C++ to Excel … Continue reading

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## Evaluating higher order polynomials …

… and a better solution for quadratics. Having written a better solver for high order polynomials, that raises a few other issues.  The error in the roots found by the RPolyJT was checked by simply substituting each root as the … Continue reading

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