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How to Create an Online Calculator

How to Create an Online Calculator

What is an online calculator? Electronic calculators have been around since the early 1960s. Early models were designed to handle basic mathematical operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Over time, they were developed to perform more...

What’s New SpreadsheetWeb in 6.13

Since its introduction in version 6.11, the Connectors module has been empowering your web applications with the ability to integrate popular services and platforms. With 6.13, SpreadsheetWEB has just gained three new connectors: DocuSign, HubSpot, and Twilio. When...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWEB 6.12 – New Connectors and Culture

The Connectors module, which was added in the previous version, was intended to allow SpreadsheetWEB users to integrate their applications with web services, in a matter of a few minutes, without any coding whatsoever. We had started with two Connectors, and the list...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWEB 6.11

This version welcomes the addition of the new Connectors module. This module is SpreadsheetWEB’s first step towards streamlining the process of establishing connections between your applications and other third-party services. Traditionally, applications could be...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWeb 6.10

What’s New in SpreadsheetWeb 6.10

In this version, we’ve introduced a new Queries module. Using this module, you can create your own database queries without any coding whatsoever. All you need to do is to select the application or data map you want to work with, pick the columns from that...

Stock Charts (Candlestick) in Excel

Stock Charts (Candlestick) in Excel

A stock chart, also known as a candlestick chart, is a visual representation of a multitude of data on a timeline. This visualization type is typically almost exclusively used for visualizing stock market prices. The data series appear like candles with a...

Surface Chart in Excel

Surface Chart in Excel

A surface chart plots data on a three-dimensional surface, in a similar way that topographic maps visualize elevation. The colors and patterns represent values within the same range. This chart type is especially useful for finding the optimum results when...

How to Add Secondary Axis in Excel and Create a Combination Chart

How to Add Secondary Axis in Excel and Create a Combination Chart

A combination chart (also known as a combo chart) is a graphic representation of multiple data sets demonstrated with the use of different types of charts. This combination of charts is especially useful for visualizing different data sets side-by-side....