Tag Archives: Eval

Python callable arguments from Excel

Many Scipy functions have “callable” arguments, i.e. functions that can be called, with the returned data used as input by the calling function. Types of callable arguments include: Functions in the active Python module Functions in any active loaded library … Continue reading

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Working with implied units – update

Following comments at Eng-Tips I have added two examples with different procedures for evaluating ACI equations for the flexural tensile strength of concrete here.

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Working with implied units

The Units4Excel spreadsheet provides a number of functions to convert between different units and evaluate functions entered as text on the spreadsheet, taking account of the units of both the inputs and the results.  The latest version can be downloaded from: … Continue reading

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Return of Excel – Evaluating commas

The Newton/Galileo posts here will continue with their Italian theme for some time yet, but since I am now back in Australia it’s time to give Excel a look in again. I recently (well a couple of months ago) had … Continue reading

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More on the Excel Evaluate function

Previous posts have presented the Eval() User Defined Function, using the Evaluate function in VBA to evaluate mathematical functions displayed as text (Evaluate Function, Evaluate Function – Update).  It was recently pointed out by Jeff Weir that the Evaluate function has its origins … Continue reading

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