Wednesday, June 21, 2017


DANSYSX Version 1.0 is finished and has been posted on the Timeline:

This update includes extensive complex math and combinatorics functions, graphic routines that allow you to specify and generate graphic objects on the spreadsheet or programmatically, 2-way and 3-way crosstabulation routines, ntile conversion, and Monte Carlo generation of sampling statistics (a way to convert misbehaving statistics from non-normal distributions to more civilized values.)

There's also a programming language that allows you to code directly on a spreadsheet. It looks sorta like assembly language and is more a toy for me than anything else and, at present, doesn't work well enough to actually use for anything. The looping structure doesn't work yet, but, if you want to play around with it, the macros are accessible.

I'm working on a user guide to the basic DANSYS and I'll be working on one for this update of DANSYSX. When those are done, I'll post them. In the meantime, all the functions are documented on the DANSYS Functions sheet.

Have fun!

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