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# Tag Archives: CSpline2

## 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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## Re-sizing Array Functions

The recent updates to the ConBeamU spreadsheet contained two new functions for entering and re-sizing array functions, and since they will be useful on any spreadsheet containing array functions (which here means almost all of them) I thought they deserved … Continue reading

Posted in Arrays, Excel, UDFs, VBA
Tagged array functions, CSpline2, Cubic Spline functions, Excel, re-size arrays, UDF, VBA
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## Interpolation Update

This post was prompted by a question at Eng-Tips. The question was looking for ways to plot stress contours under a footing, which requires interpolation to find the depth where the stress is at the contour values, given stresses calculated … Continue reading