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Mathematics and Statistics Calculator
The Math/Stat calculator is designed to work with columns of data. In general the data is in the following format:
Input data format
For functions with two varibles (+, -, *, and /), the input data should be in two columns as (x1, x2). The result of the operations
are x1 + x2, x1 - x2, x1 * x2, and x1 / x2, respectively.
For functions with one varible (i.e., cos( x ) ), the input data can be in one column or multiple columns. Results are displayed in a matrix form if the input data is in a matrix form.
For funtions with array variable (i.e, max( x ), std( x )), the input data in each column is an array.
+ plus: x1 + x2
- minus: x1 - x2
* time: x1 * x2
/ divide: x1 / x2
abs absolute value: |x|
acos arc cosine: acos(x)
asin arc sine: asin(x)
atan arc tangent: atan(x)
atan2(x2, x1) converts rectangular coordinates (x1, x2) to polar (r, theta)
ceil the smallest integer value that is not less than x: ceil(x)
cos the trigonometric cosine: cos(x)
E Euler's number e
exp Exponential function: exp(x)
floor the largest integer value that is not greater than x: floor(x)
inverse inverse: 1/x
mod(x, a) the remainder of x - n * a
ln the natural logarithm (base e): loge(x)
log10 the logarithm (base 10): log10(x)
loga the logarithm (base a): loga(x)
max the greatest value in an array: max(x)
mean mean value of an array: mean(x)
min the smallest value in an array: min(x)
PI the constant Pi
power x to the a-th power: xa
random random number between 0 and 1
round round to the coloses integer: round(x)
round2 round to the a-th decimal point: round(x, a)
std standard deviation of an array: std(x)
stdN-1 bias-corrected standard deviation of an array: stdN-1(x)
sin the trigonometric sine: sin(x)
sqrt positive square root: sqrt(x)
sum sum of an array: sum(x)
tan the trigonometric tangent: tan(x)
toDegrees converts an angle measured in radians to degrees
toRadians converts an angle measured in degrees to radians
var variance of an array: var(x)
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