Function: ERFC

Function: ERFC

The ERFC function is an Engineering formula that calculates and returns the complementary error function, integrated between a lower limit and infinity. This formula essentially a subset of the error functions that calculate the probability of a value falling into a...
Function: ERF

Function: ERF

The ERF function is an Engineering formula that calculates and returns the error function, integrated between specified lower and upper limits. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to use the ERF function, and also go over some tips and error handling methods....
Excel Comparison Operators

Excel Comparison Operators

Excel comparison operators can compare two values and return a logical (Boolean) value. You can use the return logical value in other functions like IF, or features, like Conditional Formatting, that require a logical value input. In this guide, we are going to show...
How to insert today’s date in Excel

How to insert today’s date in Excel

Using the current time and/or date in Excel can help keep track of activities or add timestamps to your work easily. In Excel, there are a few ways for inserting the current date and time in a cell. In this article, we are going to show you how to insert Excel...
Function: ENCODEURL

Function: ENCODEURL

The Excel ENCODEURL function is a Web formula that can convert strings into their URL-encoded versions. The ENCODEURL function is available for 2013 and later versions of Excel on the Windows platform. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to use the Excel...
Function: FILTERXML

Function: FILTERXML

The FILTERXML function is a Web formula that can return specific data from an XML content, using a given XPath. This ability makes the function suitable for use in conjunction with the WEBSERVICE function. The FILTERXML function is available for 2013 and later...
Function: WEBSERVICE

Function: WEBSERVICE

The Excel WEBSERVICE function is a Web formula that can return data from a web service on the Internet or an Intranet. This function is available for 2013 and later versions of Excel for Windows. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to use the Excel WEBSERVICE...