Tag Archives: Excel

Using Python optional arguments from Excel with pyxll

Python functions allow optional arguments to be specified by allocating a default value to each optional argument. The pyxll add-in allows Python functions called from Excel to work in the same way, so any argument with a default value may … Continue reading

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Units4Excel Update

As discussed here, I have updated the Units4Excel spreadsheet, with the list of non-SI units updated from the latest Wikipedia table. The EvalU user defined function (UDF) has also been modified with three output options, as shown in the screen-shot … Continue reading

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More on RC design of circular sections

Following the last post on this topic (Reinforced Concrete Design for Circular Sections to Eurocode 2) I have added provision for parabolic-linear concrete stress blocks to the ULS Design Functions spreadsheet. The Circu function in the RC Design Functions spreadsheet has … Continue reading

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Extracting text from an Internet table

For use in my Units spreadsheet (Units4Excel) I want to extract the unit conversion values from the comprehensive Wikipedia unit conversion table. On Wikipedia the table looks like this: and when copied and pasted as Unicode text into Excel, like … Continue reading

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Tanh-Sinh Quadrature update

Following some comments here Graeme Dennes and I have modified the start-up code for the Tanh-Sinh Quadrature spreadsheet to avoid problems opening the file when first downloaded, or copied to a new computer. The new file is located (as before) … Continue reading

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