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Excel has a built-in function (FormulaText) to display a formula as cell references, rather than the result value. It would be useful to be able to display the value of each cell reference as well, but there is no built-in … Continue reading
One disadvantage of the spreadsheet style interface is that even simple formulae are difficult to check. For instance, the deflection of a cantilever loaded at the end is given by: F*L^3/(3*E*I) which is much easier to read than the Excel … Continue reading
Some simple numerical integration functions (using the trapezoidal rule and Simpson’s Rule) were included in the Eval2 spreadsheet, presented on Daily Download Day 15, but for purposes were better accuracy and/or higher speed are required more sophisticated methods will do a … Continue reading