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Help needed to convert Excel Formula for use in condition
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Help needed to convert Excel Formula for use in condition
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Mon, 16 April, 2018, 12:13 »
y = 1.2999e
-0.055x is the formula for an exponential trendline in an Excel chart.
I want to use it in a condition where Y <
1.2999e-0.055x
The -0.055x is 'to the power of' but it disappears when posted
Please can someone show me how do I write it for MFP to interpret it correctly?
Thanks
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Re: Help needed to convert Excel Formula for use in condition
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Tue, 17 April, 2018, 00:05 »
I had a similar problem and unfortunately it looks like exponential functions are not implemented in MF Pro.
What I did was the following thing:
I plotted data points of the exponential function in OriginPro and found a best fit to the data set using a different power function that does not use
e
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Re: Help needed to convert Excel Formula for use in condition
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Tue, 17 April, 2018, 05:49 »
Hi
if your MFP session is linked to an Excel spreadsheet where the functions are being calculated you can use the cell values in a trigger expression, for example:
selections trigger expression cell_Sheet1_A2 is less than
cell_Sheet1_A1
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Tue, 17 April, 2018, 10:06 »
Thanks Markv and LiAlH4.
I'll try your suggestions
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