A strongly-typed spreadsheet focussing on ease of use and maintainability
> It would be great to hear from the HN community about ways to improve spreadsheets.
I’m working on this! Early days so far, and I have nothing much to show for it yet, but I have some ideas on integrating static type inference and proper data structures into spreadsheets. My initial prototype is at : it’s horrifically buggy in just about every way (don’t even try to get it working!), but the screenshot should give some idea of what I’m thinking should be possible.
A reactive Python kernel for Jupyter notebooks.
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🎈 Simple reactive notebooks for Julia
Fast Fourier Transform for Excel with LAMBDA formulas (and without VBA).
I have implemented a convolution (using radix-2 FFT) as an intermediate step in Bluestein FFT.
Look in the source of: https://github.com/altomani/XL-FFT
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