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# Tag Archives: Maths

## Brent’s Method; Update and Examples

Has the free software at this site saved you time and/or money? If so, please contribute to the Raw Impact charity group providing practical help to poor communities in Cambodia: Everydayhero – Cambodia 2018 All contributions gratefully accepted. Contributions are … Continue reading

Posted in Arrays, Excel, Maths, Newton, UDFs, VBA
Tagged Brents method, Excel, inverse quadratic, iterative solution, Maths, UDF, VBA
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## Spreadsheets all the way down

If you need another reason to attend Excel Summit South, watch this video, and discover that mobile phones are spreadsheets all the way down.

## A mystery curve links to Jupyter

Reviewing some of my less visited links recently, I was intrigued by a post at The Math Less Travelled: The previous post at the site provides more details of the source of the curve, and some links to an interactive … Continue reading

Posted in Charts, Charts, Excel, Maths, Newton
Tagged curve generator, Excel, Jupyter, Maths, parametric curve, Python, Scatter chart
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## Pi day of the Century

In North America, where today is 3-14-15, it is Pi day, and since there are not 31 days in April, the rest of us have to go along with that as well. Not only is it Pi day, it’s the … Continue reading

## Linking to Python with Excel-Python, and Python matrix functions

I have been experimenting for a few weeks with a new package linking Excel to Python, by the name of ExcelPython. Here is what the author says about it: “ExcelPython is a lightweight, easily distributable library for interfacing Excel and … Continue reading

Posted in Arrays, Excel, Finite Element Analysis, Frame Analysis, Link to Python, Maths, Newton, NumPy and SciPy, UDFs, VBA
Tagged Excel, ExcelPython, Maths, Matrix Functions, Python, Simultaneous equations, sparse matrix solvers, UDF, VBA
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## Xlls, Maths and Plots; some useful links

Two from regular commenter here, Keith Lewis: Excel xll add-in library: This is a library for creating xll add-ins for Excel from 97 through 2013. It makes every feature of the latest Excel SDK available to you including the big … Continue reading

Posted in Coordinate Geometry, Excel, Link to dll, Maths, Newton
Tagged links, Maths, plotting, xll
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## Recently discovered (and rediscovered) links

Math ∩ Programming – A place for elegant solutions (another Alfred Vachris link) About the Author My name is Jeremy Kun. I’m currently a mathematics PhD student at the University of Illinois in Chicago, and I did my undergraduate at Cal Poly … Continue reading

Posted in Arch structures, Dome Structures, Newton
Tagged arches, domes, Eurocodes, Everything, links, Maths, St Pauls
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