Category Archives: UDFs

Binary functions, combining text, and finding unique columns

I recently had an e-mail request asking for a method of finding unique columns in an Excel table consisting of either blank cells or an entry of 1.  An easy way to do this would be to convert the columns to … Continue reading

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ExcelPython2, Alglib and Spline-Matrix update

The ExcelPython add-in, offering easy access to Python code from Excel VBA, has had a major update to Release 2.  The new version provides new features and simpler installation, but has some incompatibilities with code written for the previous  version, so the … Continue reading

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Extending complex UDFs with simple VBA

One of the advantages of writing spreadsheet applications in the form of User Defined Functions (UDFs) is that the UDF may be used on the spreadsheet in the same way as a built-in function, allowing applications to be modified and extended … Continue reading

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Using the VBA ParamArray keyword

The recently posted SolvePoly function makes use of the VBA ParamArray keyword, which allows an arbitrarily long list of arguments to be passed to another function.  I have not made great use of this in the past, but since the … Continue reading

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Numerical Integration; Tanh-Sinh Quadrature v. 4.2

The latest version (4.2) of the numerical integration spreadsheet by Graeme Dennes is now available for download from Tanh_Sinh Quadrature. For more details of the background see: Faster Integration with the Tanh-Sinh Method and subsequent posts on this subject. In addition to … Continue reading

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