HP 49/50 Spreadsheets and Matrix Tools
The first size listed is the downloaded file size and the second size listed is the size on the calculator.
There are 9 files totaling 561KB in this category.
|EDIT_SYMBOLIC_MATRIX 3.0 (details)
|Views and edits symbolic matrices in pretty print. In the screen appears the current element, the size of the matrix, the current position and a mini grob that is the matrix (each element is represented by a point and the current position is highlighted). Also allows one to add and delete rows and columns and create symmetric matrices.|
|By Rubén de la Rosa Steinz.
|EXCELL 2.0 (details)
|Program that receives two matrices and applies the formulas of the second to the values of the first, and acts like a spreadsheet. Does not need any interface more than the stack and because of that can be used inside other programs. It's a little slow, but very versatile and could be improved because it comes with the (calculator-readable) open source files. Written in User RPL. Manual in PDF included.|
|By Rui Seixas Monteiro.
|L2M2L 1.00r (details)
|This program translate from a matrix to list format, and vice versa. Useful to work with list or matrix.|
|By Erwin Wolf B..
|MXeval 2.4 (details)
|Evaluates advanced formulas inside your 2D matrices or list of lists. Use your favorite matrix writer/editor to create a matrix Excel sheet-like style. All functions, external variables, even links to other tables or lists are supported.|
|By Mario Lohajner (manjo).
|Lets you insert any formula into the "formula" field, for use with an existing matrix for data input. This formula is applied to all the rows and the "selected" columns written in the formula field. The output is a column based matrix with the result of the operation. You can manipulate this matrix with all the commands on your HP.|
|By Francisco Chávez Contreras.
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