Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:151 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMABS\n" "@SYNTAX=IMABS(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMABS returns the absolute value of a complex number.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMABS returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMABS(\"2-j\") equals 2.23606798.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMAGINARY,IMREAL" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:184 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMREAL\n" "@SYNTAX=IMREAL(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMREAL returns the real coefficient of a complex number.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMREAL returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "imreal(\"132-j\") equals 132.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMAGINARY" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:217 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMCONJUGATE\n" "@SYNTAX=IMCONJUGATE(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMCONJUGATE returns the complex conjugate of a complex number.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCONJUGATE returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMCONJUGATE(\"1-j\") equals 1+j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMAGINARY,IMREAL" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:251 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMINV\n" "@SYNTAX=IMINV(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMINV returns the the inverse, or reciprocal, of the complex " "number z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\t1/z = (x - i y)/(x^2 + y^2).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMINV returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMINV(\"1-j\") equals 0.5+0.5j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:282 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMNEG\n" "@SYNTAX=IMNEG(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMNEG returns the negative of the complex number z (@inumber), " "where\n" "\n" "\t-z = (-x) + i(-y).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMNEG returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMNEG(\"1-j\") equals -1+j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:313 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMCOS\n" "@SYNTAX=IMCOS(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMCOS returns the cosine of a complex number.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCOS returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMCOS(\"1+j\") equals 0.833730-0.988898j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSIN,IMTAN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:344 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMTAN\n" "@SYNTAX=IMTAN(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMTAN returns the tangent of a complex number.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMTAN returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMTAN(\"2-j\") equals -0.2434582-1.1667363j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSIN,IMCOS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:375 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMSEC\n" "@SYNTAX=IMSEC(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMSEC returns the complex secant of the complex number z " "(@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tsec(z) = 1/cos(z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMSEC returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMSEC(\"2-j\") equals -0.413149-0.687527j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMCSC,IMCOT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:408 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMCSC\n" "@SYNTAX=IMCSC(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMCSC returns the complex cosecant of the complex number z " "(@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tcsc(z) = 1/sin(z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCSC returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMCSC(\"2-j\") equals 0.635494-0.221501j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSEC,IMCOT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:441 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMCOT\n" "@SYNTAX=IMCOT(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMCOT returns the complex cotangent of the complex number z " "(@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tcot(z) = 1/tan(z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCOT returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMCOT(\"2-j\") equals -0.171384+0.821330j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSEC,IMCSC" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:474 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMEXP\n" "@SYNTAX=IMEXP(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMEXP returns the exponential of a complex number.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMEXP returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMEXP(\"2-j\") equals 3.992324-6.217676j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMLN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:505 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARGUMENT\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARGUMENT(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARGUMENT returns the argument theta of a complex number.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARGUMENT returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARGUMENT(\"2-j\") equals -0.463647609.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:535 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMLN\n" "@SYNTAX=IMLN(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMLN returns the natural logarithm of a complex number. (The " "result will have an imaginary part between -pi and +pi. The natural " "logarithm is not uniquely defined on complex numbers. You may need to add or " "subtract an even multiple of pi to the imaginary part.)\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMLN returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMLN(\"3-j\") equals 1.15129-0.32175j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMEXP,IMLOG2,IMLOG10" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:570 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMLOG2\n" "@SYNTAX=IMLOG2(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMLOG2 returns the logarithm of a complex number in base 2.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMLOG2 returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMLOG2(\"3-j\") equals 1.66096-0.46419j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMLN,IMLOG10" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:602 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMLOG10\n" "@SYNTAX=IMLOG10(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMLOG10 returns the logarithm of a complex number in base 10.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMLOG10 returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMLOG10(\"3-j\") equals 0.5-0.13973j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMLN,IMLOG2" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:634 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMPOWER\n" "@SYNTAX=IMPOWER(inumber1,inumber2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMPOWER returns a complex number raised to a power. @inumber1 " "is the complex number to be raised to a power and @inumber2 is the power to " "which you want to raise it.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMPOWER returns " "#VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMPOWER(\"4-j\",2) equals 15-8j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSQRT" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:673 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMDIV\n" "@SYNTAX=IMDIV(inumber1,inumber2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMDIV returns the quotient of two complex numbers.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMDIV returns " "#VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMDIV(\"2-j\",\"2+j\") equals 0.6-0.8j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMPRODUCT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:710 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMSIN\n" "@SYNTAX=IMSIN(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMSIN returns the sine of a complex number.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMSIN returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMSIN(\"1+j\") equals 1.29846+0.63496j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMCOS,IMTAN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:740 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMSINH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMSINH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMSINH returns the complex hyperbolic sine of the complex " "number z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tsinh(z) = (exp(z) - exp(-z))/2.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMSINH returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMSINH(\"1+j\") equals 0.63496+1.29846j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMCOSH,IMTANH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:772 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMCOSH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMCOSH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMCOSH returns the complex hyperbolic cosine of the complex " "number z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tcosh(z) = (exp(z) + exp(-z))/2.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCOSH returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMCOSH(\"1+j\") equals 0.83373+0.988898j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSINH,IMTANH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:803 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMTANH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMTANH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMTANH returns the complex hyperbolic tangent of the complex " "number z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\ttanh(z) = sinh(z)/cosh(z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMTANH returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMTANH(\"1+j\") equals 1.083923+0.2717526j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSINH,IMCOSH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:834 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMSECH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMSECH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMSECH returns the complex hyperbolic secant of the complex " "number z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tsech(z) = 1/cosh(z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMSECH returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMSECH(\"1+j\") equals 0.498337-0.5910838j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMCSCH,IMCOTH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:865 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMCSCH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMCSCH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMCSCH returns the complex hyperbolic cosecant of the complex " "number z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tcsch(z) = 1/sinh(z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCSCH returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMCSCH(\"1+j\") equals 0.303931-0.621518j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSECH,IMCOTH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:896 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMCOTH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMCOTH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMCOTH returns the complex hyperbolic cotangent of the complex " "number z (@inumber) where,\n" "\n" "\tcoth(z) = 1/tanh(z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMCOTH returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMCOTH(\"1+j\") equals 0.868014-0.217622j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSECH,IMCSCH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:927 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCSIN\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCSIN(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSIN returns the complex arcsine of the complex number " "@inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than -1 and greater " "than 1.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSIN returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCSIN(\"1+j\") equals 0.6662394+1.061275j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCCOS,IMARCTAN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:959 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCCOS\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCCOS(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOS returns the complex arccosine of the complex number " "@inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than -1 and greater " "than 1.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOS returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCCOS(\"1+j\") equals 0.9045569-1.061275j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCSIN,IMARCTAN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:991 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCTAN\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCTAN(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCTAN returns the complex arctangent of the complex number " "inumber. The branch cuts are on the imaginary axis, below -i and above i.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCTAN returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCTAN(\"1+j\") equals 1.0172220+0.4023595j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCSIN,IMARCCOS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1023 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCSEC\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCSEC(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSEC returns the complex arcsecant of the complex number z " "(@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tarcsec(z) = arccos(1/z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSEC returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCSEC(\"1+j\") equals 1.1185179+0.5306375j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCCSC,IMARCCOT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1054 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCCSC\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCCSC(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCSC returns the complex arccosecant of the complex number " "z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tarccsc(z) = arcsin(1/z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCSC returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCCSC(\"1+j\") equals 0.45227845-0.5306375j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCSEC,IMARCCOT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1085 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCCOT\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCCOT(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOT returns the complex arccotangent of the complex number " "z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tarccot(z) = arctan(1/z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOT returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCCOT(\"1+j\") equals 0.553574+0.4023595j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCSEC,IMARCCSC" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1116 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCSINH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCSINH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSINH returns the complex hyperbolic arcsine of the complex " "number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the imaginary axis, below -i and " "above i.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSINH returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCSINH(\"1+j\") equals 1.061275+0.6662394j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCCOSH,IMARCTANH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1148 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCCOSH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCCOSH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOSH returns the complex hyperbolic arccosine of the " "complex number @inumber. The branch cut is on the real axis, less than 1.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOSH returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCCOSH(\"1+j\") equals 1.06127506+0.904557j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCSINH,IMARCTANH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1180 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCTANH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCTANH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCTANH returns the complex hyperbolic arctangent of the " "complex number @inumber. The branch cuts are on the real axis, less than -1 " "and greater than 1.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCTANH returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCTANH(\"1+j\") equals 0.4023595+1.0172220j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCSINH,IMARCCOSH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1212 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCSECH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCSECH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCSECH returns the complex hyperbolic arcsecant of the " "complex number z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tarcsech(z) = arccosh(1/z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCSECH returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCSECH(\"1+j\") equals 0.5306375-1.118518j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCCSCH,IMARCCOTH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1244 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCCSCH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCCSCH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCSCH returns the complex hyperbolic arccosecant of the " "complex number z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tarccsch(z) = arcsin(1/z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCSCH returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCCSCH(\"1+j\") equals 0.5306375-0.452278j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCSECH,IMARCCOTH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1275 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMARCCOTH\n" "@SYNTAX=IMARCCOTH(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMARCCOTH returns the complex hyperbolic arccotangent of the " "complex number z (@inumber), where\n" "\n" "\tarccoth(z) = arctanh(1/z).\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMARCCOTH returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMARCCOTH(\"1+j\") equals 0.40235948-0.5535744j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMARCSECH,IMARCCSCH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1307 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMSQRT\n" "@SYNTAX=IMSQRT(inumber)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMSQRT returns the square root of a complex number.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber is not a valid complex number, IMSQRT returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMSQRT(\"1+j\") equals 1.09868+0.4550899j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMPOWER" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1338 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMSUB\n" "@SYNTAX=IMSUB(inumber1,inumber2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMSUB returns the difference of two complex numbers.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMSUB returns " "#VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMSUB(\"3-j\",\"2+j\") equals 1-2j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSUM" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1372 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMPRODUCT\n" "@SYNTAX=IMPRODUCT(inumber1[,inumber2,...])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMPRODUCT returns the product of given complex numbers.\n" "\n" "* If any of the @inumbers are not valid complex numbers, IMPRODUCT returns " "#VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMPRODUCT(\"2-j\",\"4-2j\") equals 6-8j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMDIV" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-complex/functions.c:1444 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IMSUM\n" "@SYNTAX=IMSUM(inumber1,inumber2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IMSUM returns the sum of two complex numbers.\n" "\n" "* If @inumber1 or @inumber2 are not valid complex numbers, IMSUM returns " "#VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IMSUM(\"2-4j\",\"9-j\") equals 11-5j.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=IMSUB" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-complex/plugin.xml.in.h:1 #, fuzzy msgid "Complex" msgstr "Campione" #: plugins/fn-complex/plugin.xml.in.h:2 #, fuzzy msgid "Complex Functions" msgstr "_Funzione" #: plugins/fn-complex/plugin.xml.in.h:3 msgid "Functions for complex numbers" msgstr "" #. ************************************************************************* #. ************************************************************************* #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:301 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DAVERAGE\n" "@SYNTAX=DAVERAGE(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DAVERAGE function returns the average of the values in a list " "or database that match conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DAVERAGE\n" "@SYNTAX=DAVERAGE(database,filed,criteria)\n" "la funzione @DESCRIPTION=DAVERAGE restituisce la media dei valori in una " "lista o di un database che rispettano delle condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:309 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DAVERAGE(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:A11) equals 42296.3333.\n" "DAVERAGE(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:A11) equals 39.\n" "DAVERAGE(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:B11) equals 40782.5.\n" "DAVERAGE(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:B11) equals 36.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DCOUNT" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:337 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DCOUNT\n" "@SYNTAX=DCOUNT(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DCOUNT function counts the cells that contain numbers in a " "database that match conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DCOUNT\n" "@SYNTAX=DCOUNT(database,field,criteria)\n" "la funzione @DESCRIPTION=DCOUNT conta le celle che contengono i numeri di un " "database che rispettano delle condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:345 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DCOUNT(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:A11) equals 3.\n" "DCOUNT(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:B11) equals 2.\n" "DCOUNT(A1:C7, \"Name\", A9:B11) equals 0.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DAVERAGE" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:372 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DCOUNTA\n" "@SYNTAX=DCOUNTA(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DCOUNTA function counts the cells that contain data in a " "database that match conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DCOUNTA\n" "@SYNTAX=DCOUNTA(database,field,criteria)\n" "la funzione @DESCRIPTION=DCOUNTA conta le celle che contengono i dati di un " "database che rispettano le condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:380 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DCOUNTA(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:A11) equals 3.\n" "DCOUNTA(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:B11) equals 2.\n" "DCOUNTA(A1:C7, \"Name\", A9:B11) equals 2.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DCOUNT" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:405 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DGET\n" "@SYNTAX=DGET(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DGET function returns a single value from a column that match " "conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DGET\n" "@SYNTAX=DGET(database,field,criteria)\n" "la funzione @DESCRIPTION=DGET restiruisce un valore singolo da una colonna " "che rispetta le condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:413 msgid "" "\n" "* If none of the items match the conditions, DGET returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* If more than one items match the conditions, DGET returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DGET(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:A10) equals 34323.\n" "DGET(A1:C7, \"Name\", A9:A10) equals \"Clark\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DCOUNT" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:450 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DMAX\n" "@SYNTAX=DMAX(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DMAX function returns the largest number in a column that match " "conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DMAX\n" "@SYNTAX=DMAX(database,field,criteria)\n" "la funzione @DESCRIPTION=DMAX restituisce il numero piu` elevato in una " "colonna che rispetta le condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:458 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DMAX(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:A11) equals 47242.\n" "DMAX(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:A11) equals 45.\n" "DMAX(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:B11) equals 43.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DMIN" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:487 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DMIN\n" "@SYNTAX=DMIN(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DMIN function returns the smallest number in a column that " "match conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DMIN\n" "@SYNTAX=DMIN(database,field,criteria)\n" "la funzione @DESCRIPTION=DMIN restituisce il numero piu` basso in una " "colonna che rispetta le condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:495 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DMIN(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:B11) equals 34323.\n" "DMIN(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:B11) equals 29.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DMAX" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:521 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DPRODUCT\n" "@SYNTAX=DPRODUCT(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DPRODUCT function returns the product of numbers in a column " "that match conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DPRODUCT\n" "@SYNTAX=DPRODUCT(database,field,criteria)\n" "la funzione @DESCRIPTION=DPRODUCT restituisce il prodotto dei numeri di una " "colonna che rispetta le condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:529 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DPRODUCT(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:B11) equals 1247.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DSUM" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:555 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DSTDEV\n" "@SYNTAX=DSTDEV(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DSTDEV function returns the estimate of the standard deviation " "of a population based on a sample. The populations consists of numbers that " "match conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DSTDEV\n" "@SYNTAX=DSTDEV(database,field,criteria)\n" "la funzione @DESCRIPTION=DSTDEV restituisce la stima della deviazione " "standard di una popolazione basata su un campione. La popolazione consiste " "di numeri che rispettano le condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:564 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DSTDEV(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:B11) equals 9.89949.\n" "DSTDEV(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:B11) equals 9135.112506.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DSTDEVP" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:590 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DSTDEVP\n" "@SYNTAX=DSTDEVP(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DSTDEVP function returns the standard deviation of a population " "based on the entire populations. The populations consists of numbers that " "match conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DSTDEVP\n" "@SYNTAX=DSTDEVP(database,field,criteria)\n" "la funzione @DESCRIPTION=DSTDEVP restituisce la deviazione standard di una " "popolazione basata su tutta la popolazione.La popolazione consiste di numeri " "che rispettano le condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:599 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DSTDEVP(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:B11) equals 7.\n" "DSTDEVP(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:B11) equals 6459.5.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DSTDEV" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:625 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DSUM\n" "@SYNTAX=DSUM(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DSUM function returns the sum of numbers in a column that match " "conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DSUM\n" "@SYNTAX=DSUM(database,field,criteria)\n" "la funzione @DESCRIPTION=DSUM restituisce la sommatoria dei numeri in una " "colonna che rispettano le condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:633 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DSUM(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:B11) equals 72.\n" "DSUM(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:B11) equals 81565.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DPRODUCT" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:660 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DVAR\n" "@SYNTAX=DVAR(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DVAR function returns the estimate of variance of a population " "based on a sample. The populations consists of numbers that match conditions " "specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DVAR\n" "@SYNTAX=DVAR(database,field,criteria)\n" "La funzione @DESCRIPTION=DVAR restituisce la stima di una varianza di una " "popolazione basata su un campione. La popolazione è formata da numeri che " "rispettano le condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:669 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DVAR(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:B11) equals 98.\n" "DVAR(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:B11) equals 83450280.5.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DVARP" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:695 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DVARP\n" "@SYNTAX=DVARP(database,field,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DVARP function returns the variance of a population based on " "the entire populations. The populations consists of numbers that match " "conditions specified.\n" "\n" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DVARP\n" "@SYNTAX=DVARP(database,field,criteria)\n" "La funzione @DESCRIPTION=DVARP restituisce la varianza di una popolazione " "basata sull'intera popolazione. La popolazione è formata da numeri che " "rispettano le condizioni specificate. \n" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:704 msgid "" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DVARP(A1:C7, \"Age\", A9:B11) equals 49.\n" "DVARP(A1:C7, \"Salary\", A9:B11) equals 41725140.25.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DVAR" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-database/functions.c:730 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=GETPIVOTDATA\n" "@SYNTAX=GETPIVOTDATA(pivot_table,field_name)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=GETPIVOTDATA function fetches summary data from a pivot table. " "@pivot_table is a cell range containing the pivot table. @field_name is the " "name of the field of which you want the summary data.\n" "\n" "* If the summary data is unavailable, GETPIVOTDATA returns #REF! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=GETPIVOTDATA\n" "@SYNTAX=GETPIVOTDATA(pivot_table,field_name)\n" "La funzione @DESCRIPTION=GETPIVOTDATA estrae i dati riassuntivi da una " "tabella pivot.\n" "@pivot_table è un intervallo di celle che contengono la tabella pivot. " "@field_name è il nome del campo di cui sono richiesti i dati riassuntivi. \n" "Se i dati riassuntivi non sono disponibili GETPIVOTDATA restituisce l'errore " "#REF!. \n" "@SEEALSO=" #: plugins/fn-database/plugin.xml.in.h:1 #, fuzzy msgid "Database Functions" msgstr "Funzioni Python" #: plugins/fn-database/plugin.xml.in.h:2 #, fuzzy msgid "Database/Time" msgstr "Data / Ora" #: plugins/fn-database/plugin.xml.in.h:3 msgid "Functions looking up values in databases" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:52 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DATE\n" "@SYNTAX=DATE (year,month,day)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DATE returns the number of days since the 1st of january of 1900" "(the date serial number) for the given year, month and day.\n" "\n" "* If @month < 1 or @month > 12, the year will be corrected. A similar " "correction takes place for days.\n" "* The @years should be at least 1900. If @years < 1900, it is assumed to be " "1900 + @years.\n" "* If the given date is not valid, DATE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DATE(2001, 3, 30) returns 'Mar 30, 2001'.\n" " \n" "@SEEALSO=TODAY, NOW" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DATE\n" "@SYNTAX=DATE (year,month,day)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Calcola il numero dei giorni dal 1° Gennaio 1900 (il numero di " "serie della data) per anno, mese e giorno dati.\n" "@day può essere negativo (per contare all'indietro) ed è relativo al @month " "precedente. @years deve essere almeno 1900.\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TODAY, NOW" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:120 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=UNIX2DATE\n" "@SYNTAX=UNIX2DATE(unixtime)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=UNIX2DATE converts a unix time into a spreadsheet date and " "time.\n" "\n" "A unix time is the number of seconds since midnight January 1, 1970.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=NOW, DATE, DATE2UNIX" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:151 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DATE2UNIX\n" "@SYNTAX=DATE2UNIX(serial)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DATE2UNIX converts a spreadsheet date and time serial number " "into a unix time.\n" "\n" "A unix time is the number of seconds since midnight January 1, 1970.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=NOW, DATE, UNIX2DATE" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:184 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DATEVALUE\n" "@SYNTAX=DATEVALUE(date_str)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DATEVALUE returns the serial number of the date. @date_str is " "the string that contains the date.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DATEVALUE(\"1/1/1999\") equals 36161.\n" "@SEEALSO=DATE" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DATEVALUE\n" "@SYNTAX=DATEVALUE(date_str)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DATEVALUE restituisce il numero seriale della data. @date_str è " "la stringa che contiene la data. Per esempio DATEVALUE(\"1/1/1999\") " "restituisce 36160. \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DATE" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:209 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DATEDIF\n" "@SYNTAX=DATEDIF(date1,date2,interval)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DATEDIF returns the difference between two dates. @interval is " "one of six possible values: \"y\", \"m\", \"d\", \"ym\", \"md\", and \"yd" "\".\n" "\n" "The first three options will return the number of complete years, months, or " "days, respectively, between the two dates specified.\n" "\n" " \"ym\" will return the number of full months between the two dates, not " "including the difference in years.\n" " \"md\" will return the number of full days between the two dates, not " "including the difference in months.\n" " \"yd\" will return the number of full days between the two dates, not " "including the difference in years.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DATEDIF(DATE(2000,4,30),DATE(2003,8,4),\"d\") equals 1191.\n" "DATEDIF(DATE(2000,4,30),DATE(2003,8,4),\"y\") equals 3.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DATE" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=DATEDIF\n" "@SYNTAX=DATEDIF(date1,date2,interval)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DATEDIF restituisce la differenza fra due date. @interval è " "uno di questi sei possibili valori: \"y\", \"m\", \"d\", \"ym\", \"md\", and " "\"yd\".\n" "Le prime tre opzioni restituiranno rispettivamente il numero di anni mesi o " "giorni completi tra le due date specificate.\n" "\"ym\" restituirà il numero di mesi completi fra le due date non includendo " "la differenza in anni.\n" "\"md\" restituirà il numero di giorni completi fra le due date non " "includendo la differenza in mesi.\n" "\"yd\" restituirà il numero di giorni completi fra le due date non " "includendo la differenza in anni.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DATE" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:376 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=EDATE\n" "@SYNTAX=EDATE(date,months)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=EDATE returns the serial number of the date that is the " "specified number of months before or after a given date. @date is the " "serial number of the initial date and @months is the number of months before " "(negative number) or after (positive number) the initial date.\n" "\n" "* If @months is not an integer, it is truncated.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "EDATE(DATE(2001,12,30),2) returns 'Feb 28, 2002'.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DATE" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=EDATE\n" "@SYNTAX=EDATE(date,months)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=EDATE restituisce il numero seriale della data, che è il numero " "di mesi specificato prima o dopo una certa data. @date è il numero seriale " "della data iniziale e @months è il numero di mesi prima (nel caso sia " "negativo) o dopo (positivo) la data iniziale.\n" "Se @months non è intero viene troncato.\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DATE" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:430 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TODAY\n" "@SYNTAX=TODAY()\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TODAY returns the serial number for today (the number of days " "elapsed since the 1st of January of 1900).\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TODAY() returns 'Nov 6, 2001' on that particular day.\n" " \n" "@SEEALSO=NOW" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=TODAY\n" "@SYNTAX=TODAY ()\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Restituisce il numero seriale della data odierna (cioè il " "numero di giornio trascorsi dal 1° Gennaio 1900).\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TODAY, NOW" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:453 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=NOW\n" "@SYNTAX=NOW ()\n" "@DESCRIPTION=NOW returns the serial number for the date and time at the time " "it is evaluated.\n" "\n" "Serial Numbers in Gnumeric are represented as follows:The integral part is " "the number of days since the 1st of January of 1900. The decimal part " "represent the fraction of the day and is mapped into hour, minutes and " "seconds.\n" "\n" "For example: .0 represents the beginning of the day, and 0.5 represents " "noon.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "NOW().\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TODAY" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=NOW\n" "@SYNTAX=NOW ()\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Restituisce il numero seriale della data e dell'ora al momento " "in cui viene calcolata.\n" "I Numeri Seriali in Gnumeric vengono rappresentati in questo modo: la parte " "intera è il numero di giorni dal 1° Gennaio 1900. La parte decimale " "rappresenta la frazione di giorno ed è rappresentata in ore, minuti e " "secondi.\n" "Ad esempio: ,0 rappresenta l'inizio del giorno e 0,5 rappresenta " "mezzogiorno.\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TODAY, NOW" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:484 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TIME\n" "@SYNTAX=TIME (hours,minutes,seconds)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TIME returns a fraction representing the time of day.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TIME(3, 5, 23) equals 3:05AM.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=HOUR" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=TIME\n" "@SYNTAX=TIME (hours,minutes,seconds)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Restituisce una frazione che rappresenta l'ora del giorno.\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=HOUR" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:513 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TIMEVALUE\n" "@SYNTAX=TIMEVALUE (timetext)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TIMEVALUE returns a fraction representing the time of day, a " "number between 0 and 1.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TIMEVALUE(\"3:05\") equals 0.128472.\n" "TIMEVALUE(\"2:24:53 PM\") equals 0.600613.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=HOUR,MINUTE" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=TIMEVALUE\n" "@SYNTAX=TIMEVALUE (timetext)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Restituisce una frazione che rappresenta l'ora del giorno, un " "numero compreso fra 0 e 1.\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=HOUR" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:542 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=HOUR\n" "@SYNTAX=HOUR (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=HOUR converts a serial number to an hour. The hour is returned " "as an integer in the range 0 (12:00 A.M.) to 23 (11:00 P.M.).\n" "\n" "* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion " "for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "HOUR(0.128472) equals 3.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MINUTE, NOW, TIME, SECOND" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=HOUR\n" "@SYNTAX=HOUR (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Converte un numero seriale in un'ora. L'ora è restituita come " "un intero nell'intervallo compreso fra 0 (12:00 Antimeridiane) e 23 (11:00 " "Pomeridiane).\n" "Nota che Gnumeric esegue automaticamente la conversione fra la stringa e il " "numero seriale in modo che è possibile inserire la data sottoforma di " "stringa.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MINUTE, NOW, TIME, SECOND" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:571 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MINUTE\n" "@SYNTAX=MINUTE (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MINUTE converts a serial number to a minute. The minute is " "returned as an integer in the range 0 to 59.\n" "\n" "* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion " "for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "MINUTE(0.128472) equals 5.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=HOUR, NOW, TIME, SECOND" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=HOUR\n" "@SYNTAX=HOUR (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Converte un numero seriale in un'ora. L'ora è restituita come " "un intero nell'intervallo compreso fra 0 (12:00 Antimeridiane) e 23 (11:00 " "Pomeridiane).\n" "Nota che Gnumeric esegue automaticamente la conversione fra la stringa e il " "numero seriale in modo che è possibile inserire la data sottoforma di " "stringa.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MINUTE, NOW, TIME, SECOND" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:601 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SECOND\n" "@SYNTAX=SECOND (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SECOND converts a serial number to a second. The second is " "returned as an integer in the range 0 to 59.\n" "\n" "* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion " "for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "SECOND(0.600613) equals 53.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=HOUR, MINUTE, NOW, TIME" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=HOUR\n" "@SYNTAX=HOUR (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Converte un numero seriale in un'ora. L'ora è restituita come " "un intero nell'intervallo compreso fra 0 (12:00 Antimeridiane) e 23 (11:00 " "Pomeridiane).\n" "Nota che Gnumeric esegue automaticamente la conversione fra la stringa e il " "numero seriale in modo che è possibile inserire la data sottoforma di " "stringa.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MINUTE, NOW, TIME, SECOND" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:631 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=YEAR\n" "@SYNTAX=YEAR (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=YEAR converts a serial number to a year.\n" "\n" "* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion " "for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "YEAR(DATE(2003, 4, 30)) equals 2003.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DAY, MONTH, TIME, NOW" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=HOUR\n" "@SYNTAX=HOUR (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Converte un numero seriale in un'ora. L'ora è restituita come " "un intero nell'intervallo compreso fra 0 (12:00 Antimeridiane) e 23 (11:00 " "Pomeridiane).\n" "Nota che Gnumeric esegue automaticamente la conversione fra la stringa e il " "numero seriale in modo che è possibile inserire la data sottoforma di " "stringa.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MINUTE, NOW, TIME, SECOND" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:668 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MONTH\n" "@SYNTAX=MONTH (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MONTH converts a serial number to a month.\n" "\n" "* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion " "for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "MONTH(DATE(2003, 4, 30)) equals 4.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DAY, TIME, NOW, YEAR" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=HOUR\n" "@SYNTAX=HOUR (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Converte un numero seriale in un'ora. L'ora è restituita come " "un intero nell'intervallo compreso fra 0 (12:00 Antimeridiane) e 23 (11:00 " "Pomeridiane).\n" "Nota che Gnumeric esegue automaticamente la conversione fra la stringa e il " "numero seriale in modo che è possibile inserire la data sottoforma di " "stringa.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MINUTE, NOW, TIME, SECOND" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:705 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DAY\n" "@SYNTAX=DAY (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DAY converts a serial number to a day of month.\n" "\n" "* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion " "for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DAY(\"10/24/1968\") equals 24.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MONTH, TIME, NOW, YEAR" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=HOUR\n" "@SYNTAX=HOUR (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Converte un numero seriale in un'ora. L'ora è restituita come " "un intero nell'intervallo compreso fra 0 (12:00 Antimeridiane) e 23 (11:00 " "Pomeridiane).\n" "Nota che Gnumeric esegue automaticamente la conversione fra la stringa e il " "numero seriale in modo che è possibile inserire la data sottoforma di " "stringa.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MINUTE, NOW, TIME, SECOND" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:742 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=WEEKDAY\n" "@SYNTAX=WEEKDAY (serial_number[, method])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=WEEKDAY converts a serial number to a weekday.\n" "\n" "This function returns an integer indicating the day of week.\n" "@METHOD indicates the numbering system. It defaults to 1.\n" "\n" " For @METHOD=1: Sunday is 1, Monday is 2, etc.\n" " For @METHOD=2: Monday is 1, Tuesday is 2, etc.\n" " For @METHOD=3: Monday is 0, Tuesday is 1, etc.\n" "\n" "* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion " "for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "WEEKDAY(\"10/24/1968\") equals 5 (Thursday).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DAY, MONTH, TIME, NOW, YEAR" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=HOUR\n" "@SYNTAX=HOUR (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Converte un numero seriale in un'ora. L'ora è restituita come " "un intero nell'intervallo compreso fra 0 (12:00 Antimeridiane) e 23 (11:00 " "Pomeridiane).\n" "Nota che Gnumeric esegue automaticamente la conversione fra la stringa e il " "numero seriale in modo che è possibile inserire la data sottoforma di " "stringa.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MINUTE, NOW, TIME, SECOND" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:795 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DAYS360 \n" "@SYNTAX=DAYS360 (date1,date2,method)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DAYS360 returns the number of days from @date1 to @date2 " "following a 360-day calendar in which all months are assumed to have 30 " "days.\n" "\n" "* If @method is true, the European method will be used. In this case, if " "the day of the month is 31 it will be considered as 30.\n" "* If @method is false or omitted, the US method will be used. This is a " "somewhat complicated industry standard method.\n" "* Note that Gnumeric will perform regular string to serial number conversion " "for you, so you can enter a date as a string.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DAYS360(DATE(2003, 2, 3), DATE(2007, 4, 2)) equals 1499.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MONTH, TIME, NOW, YEAR" msgstr "" "@FUNCTION=HOUR\n" "@SYNTAX=HOUR (serial_number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=Converte un numero seriale in un'ora. L'ora è restituita come " "un intero nell'intervallo compreso fra 0 (12:00 Antimeridiane) e 23 (11:00 " "Pomeridiane).\n" "Nota che Gnumeric esegue automaticamente la conversione fra la stringa e il " "numero seriale in modo che è possibile inserire la data sottoforma di " "stringa.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MINUTE, NOW, TIME, SECOND" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:833 msgid "Unsupported method" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:898 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=EOMONTH\n" "@SYNTAX=EOMONTH (start_date,months)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=EOMONTH returns the last day of the month which is @months from " "the @start_date.\n" "\n" "* EOMONTH returns #NUM! if start_date or months are invalid.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "If A1 contains 12/21/00 then EOMONTH(A1,0)=12/31/00, EOMONTH(A1,5)=5/31/01, " "and EOMONTH(A1,2)=2/28/01\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MONTH" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:948 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=WORKDAY\n" "@SYNTAX=WORKDAY (start_date,days,holidays)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=WORKDAY returns the date which is @days working days from the " "@start_date. Weekends and holidays optionally supplied in @holidays are " "respected.\n" "\n" "* WORKDAY returns #NUM! if @start_date or @days are invalid.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DAY(WORKDAY(DATE(2001,1,5),30)) equals 16 and\n" "MONTH(WORKDAY(DATE(2001,1,5),30)) equals 2.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=NETWORKDAYS" msgstr "" #. Path of the current directory or folder. #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:986 plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:101 #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1264 plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1280 msgid "Unimplemented" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:1021 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=NETWORKDAYS\n" "@SYNTAX=NETWORKDAYS (start_date,end_date,holidays)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=NETWORKDAYS returns the number of non-weekend non-holidays " "between @start_date and @end_date including these dates. Holidays are " "optionally supplied in @holidays.\n" "\n" "* NETWORKDAYS returns #NUM! if start_date or end_date are invalid.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "NETWORKDAYS(DATE(2001,1,2),DATE(2001,2,15)) equals 33.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=WORKDAY" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:1156 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISOWEEKNUM\n" "@SYNTAX=ISOWEEKNUM (date)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISOWEEKNUM returns the ISO 8601 week number of @date.\n" "\n" "An ISO 8601 week starts on Monday. Weeks are numbered from 1. A week " "including days from two different years is assigned to the year which " "includes the most days. This means that Dec 31 could be in week 1 of the " "following year, and Jan 1 could be in week 52 or 53 of the previous year. " "ISOWEEKNUM returns the week number, while ISOYEAR returns the year the week " "is assigned to.\n" "\n" "* ISOWEEKNUM returns #NUM! if date is invalid.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "If A1 contains 12/21/00 then ISOWEEKNUM(A1)=51\n" "@SEEALSO=WEEKNUM, ISOYEAR" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:1201 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISOYEAR\n" "@SYNTAX=ISOYEAR (date)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISOYEAR returns the year of the ISO 8601 week number of @date.\n" "\n" "An ISO 8601 week starts on Monday. Weeks are numbered from 1. A week " "including days from two different years is assigned to the year which " "includes the most days. This means that Dec 31 could be in week 1 of the " "following year, and Jan 1 could be in week 52 or 53 of the previous year. " "ISOYEAR returns the year the week is assigned to, while ISOWEEKNUM returns " "the week number.\n" "\n" "* ISOYEAR returns #NUM! if date is invalid.\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "If A1 contains 12/31/2001 then ISOYEAR(A1)=2002\n" "@SEEALSO=ISOWEEKNUM" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/functions.c:1255 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=WEEKNUM\n" "@SYNTAX=WEEKNUM (date, method)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=WEEKNUM returns the week number of @date according to the given " "@method.\n" "\n" "@method defaults to 1.\n" "\n" " For method=1, week starts on Sunday, and days before first Sunday are in " "week 0.\n" " For method=2, week starts on Monday, and days before first Monday are in " "week 0.\n" " For method=150, the ISO 8601 week number is returned.\n" "\n" "* WEEKNUM returns #NUM! if date or method is invalid.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible, except that Excel does not support ISO " "8601 week numbers.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "If A1 contains 12/21/00 then WEEKNUM(A1,2)=51\n" "@SEEALSO=ISOWEEKNUM" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/plugin.xml.in.h:1 msgid "Date and Time Functions" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-date/plugin.xml.in.h:2 #, fuzzy msgid "Date/Time" msgstr "Data / Ora" #: plugins/fn-date/plugin.xml.in.h:3 msgid "Functions manipulating dates and time" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:116 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BIN2DEC\n" "@SYNTAX=BIN2DEC(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BIN2DEC function converts a binary number in string or number " "to its decimal equivalent.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BIN2DEC(101) equals 5.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DEC2BIN, BIN2OCT, BIN2HEX" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:139 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BIN2OCT\n" "@SYNTAX=BIN2OCT(number[,places])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BIN2OCT function converts a binary number to an octal number. " "@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of " "spaces.\n" "\n" "* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BIN2OCT(110111) equals 67.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=OCT2BIN, BIN2DEC, BIN2HEX" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:165 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BIN2HEX\n" "@SYNTAX=BIN2HEX(number[,places])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BIN2HEX function converts a binary number to a hexadecimal " "number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number " "of spaces.\n" "\n" "* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BIN2HEX(100111) equals 27.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=HEX2BIN, BIN2OCT, BIN2DEC" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:191 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DEC2BIN\n" "@SYNTAX=DEC2BIN(number[,places])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DEC2BIN function converts a decimal number to a binary number. " "@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of " "spaces.\n" "\n" "* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DEC2BIN(42) equals 101010.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BIN2DEC, DEC2OCT, DEC2HEX" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:217 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DEC2OCT\n" "@SYNTAX=DEC2OCT(number[,places])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DEC2OCT function converts a decimal number to an octal number. " "@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of " "spaces.\n" "\n" "* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DEC2OCT(42) equals 52.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=OCT2DEC, DEC2BIN, DEC2HEX" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:243 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DEC2HEX\n" "@SYNTAX=DEC2HEX(number[,places])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DEC2HEX function converts a decimal number to a hexadecimal " "number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number " "of spaces.\n" "\n" "* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DEC2HEX(42) equals 2A.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=HEX2DEC, DEC2BIN, DEC2OCT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:269 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=OCT2DEC\n" "@SYNTAX=OCT2DEC(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=OCT2DEC function converts an octal number in a string or number " "to its decimal equivalent.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "OCT2DEC(\"124\") equals 84.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DEC2OCT, OCT2BIN, OCT2HEX" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:292 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=OCT2BIN\n" "@SYNTAX=OCT2BIN(number[,places])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=OCT2BIN function converts an octal number to a binary number. " "@places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number of " "spaces.\n" "\n" "* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "OCT2BIN(\"213\") equals 10001011.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BIN2OCT, OCT2DEC, OCT2HEX" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:318 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=OCT2HEX\n" "@SYNTAX=OCT2HEX(number[,places])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=OCT2HEX function converts an octal number to a hexadecimal " "number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number " "of spaces.\n" "\n" "* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "OCT2HEX(132) equals 5A.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=HEX2OCT, OCT2BIN, OCT2DEC" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:344 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=HEX2BIN\n" "@SYNTAX=HEX2BIN(number[,places])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=HEX2BIN function converts a hexadecimal number to a binary " "number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number " "of spaces.\n" "\n" "* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "HEX2BIN(\"2A\") equals 101010.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BIN2HEX, HEX2OCT, HEX2DEC" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:370 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=HEX2OCT\n" "@SYNTAX=HEX2OCT(number[,places])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=HEX2OCT function converts a hexadecimal number to an octal " "number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that number " "of spaces.\n" "\n" "* If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "HEX2OCT(\"2A\") equals 52.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=OCT2HEX, HEX2BIN, HEX2DEC" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:396 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=HEX2DEC\n" "@SYNTAX=HEX2DEC(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=HEX2DEC function converts a hexadecimal number to its decimal " "equivalent.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "HEX2DEC(\"2A\") equals 42.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DEC2HEX, HEX2BIN, HEX2OCT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:419 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BESSELI\n" "@SYNTAX=BESSELI(x,y)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BESSELI function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel " "function.\n" "\n" "@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the bessel " "function, if non-integer it is truncated.\n" "\n" "* If @x or @y are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n" "* If @y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BESSELI(0.7,3) equals 0.007367374.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BESSELJ,BESSELK,BESSELY" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:457 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BESSELK\n" "@SYNTAX=BESSELK(x,y)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BESSELK function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel function. " "@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the bessel " "function, if non-integer it is truncated.\n" "\n" "* If x or n are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n" "* If y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BESSELK(3,9) equals 397.95880.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BESSELI,BESSELJ,BESSELY" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:494 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BESSELJ\n" "@SYNTAX=BESSELJ(x,y)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BESSELJ function returns the bessel function with @x is where " "the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the bessel function, if non-" "integer it is truncated.\n" "\n" "* If @x or @y are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n" "* If @y < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BESSELJ(0.89,3) equals 0.013974004.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BESSELJ,BESSELK,BESSELY" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:530 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BESSELY\n" "@SYNTAX=BESSELY(x,y)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BESSELY function returns the Neumann, Weber or Bessel " "function.\n" "\n" "@x is where the function is evaluated. @y is the order of the bessel " "function, if non-integer it is truncated.\n" "\n" "* If x or n are not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned.\n" "* If n < 0 a #NUM! error is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BESSELY(4,2) equals 0.215903595.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BESSELJ,BESSELK,BESSELY" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:569 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CONVERT\n" "@SYNTAX=CONVERT(number,from_unit,to_unit)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CONVERT returns a conversion from one measurement system to " "another. For example, you can convert a weight in pounds to a weight in " "grams. @number is the value you want to convert, @from_unit specifies the " "unit of the @number, and @to_unit is the unit for the result.\n" "\n" "@from_unit and @to_unit can be any of the following:\n" "\n" "Weight and mass:\n" "\t'g' \t\tGram\n" "\t'sg' \t\tSlug\n" "\t'lbm'\t\tPound\n" "\t'u' \t\tU (atomic mass)\n" "\t'ozm'\t\tOunce\n" "\n" "Distance:\n" "\t'm' \t\tMeter\n" "\t'mi' \t\tStatute mile\n" "\t'Nmi' \t\tNautical mile\n" "\t'in' \t\tInch\n" "\t'ft' \t\tFoot\n" "\t'yd' \t\tYard\n" "\t'ang' \t\tAngstrom\n" "\t'Pica'\t\tPica\n" "\n" "Time:\n" "\t'yr' \t\tYear\n" "\t'day' \t\tDay\n" "\t'hr' \t\tHour\n" "\t'mn' \t\tMinute\n" "\t'sec' \t\tSecond\n" "\n" "Pressure:\n" "\t'Pa' \t\tPascal\n" "\t'atm' \t\tAtmosphere\n" "\t'mmHg'\tmm of Mercury\n" "\n" "Force:\n" "\t'N' \t\tNewton\n" "\t'dyn' \t\tDyne\n" "\t'lbf' \t\tPound force\n" "\n" "Energy:\n" "\t'J' \t\tJoule\n" "\t'e' \t\tErg\n" "\t'c' \t\tThermodynamic calorie\n" "\t'cal' \t\tIT calorie\n" "\t'eV' \tElectron volt\n" "\t'HPh' \tHorsepower-hour\n" "\t'Wh' \tWatt-hour\n" "\t'flb' \t\tFoot-pound\n" "\t'BTU' \tBTU\n" "\n" "Power:\n" "\t'HP' \tHorsepower\n" "\t'W' \tWatt\n" "\n" "Magnetism:\n" "\t'T' \t\tTesla\n" "\t'ga' \tGauss\n" "\n" "Temperature:\n" "\t'C' \t\tDegree Celsius\n" "\t'F' \t\tDegree Fahrenheit\n" "\t'K' \t\tDegree Kelvin\n" "\n" "Liquid measure:\n" "\t'tsp' \t\tTeaspoon\n" "\t'tbs' \t\tTablespoon\n" "\t'oz' \t\tFluid ounce\n" "\t'cup' \tCup\n" "\t'pt' \t\tPint\n" "\t'qt' \t\tQuart\n" "\t'gal' \t\tGallon\n" "\t'l' \t\tLiter\n" "\n" "For metric units any of the following prefixes can be used:\n" "\t'E' \texa \t1E+18\n" "\t'P' \tpeta \t1E+15\n" "\t'T' \ttera \t\t1E+12\n" "\t'G' \tgiga \t1E+09\n" "\t'M' \tmega \t1E+06\n" "\t'k' \tkilo \t\t1E+03\n" "\t'h' \thecto \t1E+02\n" "\t'e' \tdekao \t1E+01\n" "\t'd' \tdeci \t1E-01\n" "\t'c' \tcenti \t\t1E-02\n" "\t'm' \tmilli \t\t1E-03\n" "\t'u' \tmicro \t1E-06\n" "\t'n' \tnano \t1E-09\n" "\t'p' \tpico \t1E-12\n" "\t'f' \tfemto \t1E-15\n" "\t'a' \tatto \t\t1E-18\n" "\n" "* If @from_unit and @to_unit are different types, CONVERT returns #NUM! " "error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CONVERT(3,\"lbm\",\"g\") equals 1360.7769.\n" "CONVERT(5.8,\"m\",\"in\") equals 228.3465.\n" "CONVERT(7.9,\"cal\",\"J\") equals 33.07567.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:970 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ERF\n" "@SYNTAX=ERF([lower limit,]upper_limit)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ERF returns the error function. With a single argument ERF " "returns the error function, defined as\n" "\n" "\terf(x) = 2/sqrt(pi)* integral from 0 to x of exp(-t*t) dt.\n" "\n" "If two arguments are supplied, they are the lower and upper limits of the " "integral.\n" "\n" "* If either @lower_limit or @upper_limit is not numeric a #VALUE! error is " "returned.\n" "* This function is upward-compatible with that in Excel. (If two arguments " "are supplied, Excel will not allow either to be negative.)\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ERF(0.4) equals 0.428392355.\n" "ERF(1.6448536269515/SQRT(2)) equals 0.90.\n" "\n" "The second example shows that a random variable with a normal distribution " "has a 90 percent chance of falling within approximately 1.645 standard " "deviations of the mean.\n" "@SEEALSO=ERFC" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:1017 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ERFC\n" "@SYNTAX=ERFC(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ERFC function returns the complementary error function, defined " "as\n" "\n" "\t1 - erf(x).\n" "\n" "erfc(x) is calculated more accurately than 1 - erf(x) for arguments larger " "than about 0.5.\n" "\n" "* If @x is not numeric a #VALUE! error is returned. \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ERFC(6) equals 2.15197367e-17.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ERF" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:1047 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DELTA\n" "@SYNTAX=DELTA(x[,y])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DELTA function tests for numerical equivalence of two " "arguments, returning 1 in case of equality.\n" "\n" "* @y is optional, and defaults to 0.* If either argument is non-numeric " "returns a #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DELTA(42.99,43) equals 0.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=EXACT,GESTEP" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:1091 plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:1145 msgid "Impossible" msgstr "Impossibile" #: plugins/fn-eng/functions.c:1102 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=GESTEP\n" "@SYNTAX=GESTEP(x[,y])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=GESTEP function test for if @x is >= @y, returning 1 if it is " "so, and 0 otherwise. @y is optional, and defaults to 0.\n" "\n" "* If either argument is non-numeric returns a #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "GESTEP(5,4) equals 1.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DELTA" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:953 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DB\n" "@SYNTAX=DB(cost,salvage,life,period[,month])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DB calculates the depreciation of an asset for a given period " "using the fixed-declining balance method. @cost is the initial value of the " "asset. @salvage is the value after the depreciation.\n" "\n" "@life is the number of periods overall. @period is the period for which you " "want the depreciation to be calculated. @month is the number of months in " "the first year of depreciation.\n" "\n" "* If @month is omitted, it is assumed to be 12.\n" "* If @cost = 0, DB returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @life <= 0, DB returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @salvage / @cost < 0, DB returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DDB,SLN,SYD" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:1014 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DDB\n" "@SYNTAX=DDB(cost,salvage,life,period[,factor])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DDB returns the depreciation of an asset for a given period " "using the double-declining balance method or some other similar method you " "specify.\n" "\n" "@cost is the initial value of the asset, @salvage is the value after the " "last period, @life is the number of periods, @period is the period for which " "you want the depreciation to be calculated, and @factor is the factor at " "which the balance declines.\n" "\n" "* If @factor is omitted, it is assumed to be two (double-declining balance " "method).\n" "* If @life <= 0, DDB returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SLN,SYD" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:1067 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SLN\n" "@SYNTAX=SLN(cost,salvage_value,life)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SLN function will determine the straight line depreciation of " "an asset for a single period.\n" "\n" "The amount you paid for the asset is the @cost, @salvage is the value of the " "asset at the end of its useful life, and @life is the number of periods over " "which an the asset is depreciated. This method of deprecition devides the " "cost evenly over the life of an asset.\n" "\n" "The formula used for straight line depriciation is:\n" "\n" "Depriciation expense =\n" "\n" "\t( @cost - @salvage_value ) / @life\n" "\n" "@cost is the cost of an asset when acquired (market value).\n" "@salvage_value is the amount you get when asset sold at the end of the " "assets's useful life.\n" "@life is the anticipated life of an asset.\n" "\n" "* If @life <= 0, SLN returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "For example, lets suppose your company purchases a new machine for \$10,000, " "which has a salvage value of \$700 and will have a useful life of 10 years. " "The SLN yearly depreciation is computed as follows:\n" "=SLN(10000, 700, 10)\n" "This will return the yearly depreciation figure of \$930.\n" "@SEEALSO=SYD" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:1123 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SYD\n" "@SYNTAX=SYD(cost,salvage_value,life,period)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SYD function calculates the sum-of-years digits depriciation " "for an asset based on its cost, salvage value, anticipated life and a " "particular period. This method accelerates the rate of the depreciation, so " "that more depreciation expense occurs in earlier periods than in later ones. " "The depreciable cost is the actual cost minus the salvage value. The useful " "life is the number of periods (typically years) over with the asset is " "depreciated.\n" "\n" "The Formula used for sum-of-years digits depriciation is:\n" "\n" "Depriciation expense =\n" "\n" "\t ( @cost - @salvage_value ) * (@life - @period + 1) * 2 / @life * (@life + " "1).\n" "\n" "@cost is the cost of an asset when acquired (market value).\n" "@salvage_value is the amount you get when asset sold at the end of its " "useful life.\n" "@life is the anticipated life of an asset.\n" "@period is the period for which we need the expense.\n" "\n" "* If @life <= 0, SYD returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "For example say a company purchases a new computer for \$5000 which has a " "salvage value of \$200, and a useful life of three years. We would use the " "following to calculate the second year's depreciation using the SYD method:\n" "=SYD(5000, 200, 5, 2) which returns 1,280.00.\n" "@SEEALSO=SLN" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:1181 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DOLLARDE\n" "@SYNTAX=DOLLARDE(fractional_dollar,fraction)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DOLLARDE converts a dollar price expressed as a fraction into a " "dollar price expressed as a decimal number.\n" "\n" "@fractional_dollar is the fractional number to be converted. @fraction is " "the denominator of the fraction.\n" "\n" "* If @fraction is non-integer it is truncated. * If @fraction <= 0, DOLLARDE " "returns #NUM! error. \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DOLLARFR" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:1225 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DOLLARFR\n" "@SYNTAX=DOLLARFR(decimal_dollar,fraction)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DOLLARFR converts a decimal dollar price into a dollar price " "expressed as a fraction.\n" "\n" "* If @fraction is non-integer it is truncated.\n" "* If @fraction <= 0, DOLLARFR returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DOLLARDE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:1266 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MIRR\n" "@SYNTAX=MIRR(values,finance_rate,reinvest_rate)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MIRR function returns the modified internal rate of return for " "a given periodic cash flow. \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=NPV" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:1326 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TBILLEQ\n" "@SYNTAX=TBILLEQ(settlement,maturity,discount)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TBILLEQ function returns the bond-yield equivalent (BEY) for a " "treasury bill. TBILLEQ is equivalent to\n" "\n" "\t(365 * @discount) / (360 - @discount * DSM),\n" "\n" "where DSM is the days between @settlement and @maturity.\n" "\n" "* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year " "later than the @settlement, TBILLEQ returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @discount is negative, TBILLEQ returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TBILLPRICE,TBILLYIELD" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:1372 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TBILLPRICE\n" "@SYNTAX=TBILLPRICE(settlement,maturity,discount)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TBILLPRICE function returns the price per \$100 value for a " "treasury bill where @settlement is the settlement date and @maturity is the " "maturity date of the bill. @discount is the treasury bill's discount rate.\n" "\n" "* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year " "later than the @settlement, TBILLPRICE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @discount is negative, TBILLPRICE returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TBILLEQ,TBILLYIELD" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:1413 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TBILLYIELD\n" "@SYNTAX=TBILLYIELD(settlement,maturity,pr)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TBILLYIELD function returns the yield for a treasury bill. " "@settlement is the settlement date and @maturity is the maturity date of the " "bill. @discount is the treasury bill's discount rate.\n" "\n" "* If @settlement is after @maturity or the @maturity is set to over one year " "later than the @settlement, TBILLYIELD returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @pr is negative, TBILLYIELD returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TBILLEQ,TBILLPRICE" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-financial/functions.c:1454 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RATE\n" "@SYNTAX=RATE(nper,pmt,pv[,fv,type,guess])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RATE calculates the rate of an investment.\n" "\n" "* If @nper <= 0, RATE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @type != 0 and @type != 1, RATE returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=PV,FV" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1232 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=INFO\n" "@SYNTAX=INFO(type)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=INFO returns information about the current operating " "environment. \n" "\n" "@type is the type of information you want to obtain:\n" "\n" " memavail \tReturns the amount of memory available, bytes.\n" " memused \tReturns the amount of memory used (bytes).\n" " numfile \t\tReturns the number of active worksheets.\n" " osversion\t\tReturns the operating system version.\n" " recalc \t\tReturns the recalculation mode (automatic).\n" " release \t\tReturns the version of Gnumeric as text.\n" " system \t\tReturns the name of the environment.\n" " totmem \t\tReturns the amount of total memory available.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible, except that types directory and origin " "are not implemented.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "INFO(\"system\") returns \"Linux\" on a Linux system.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1287 msgid "Unknown version" msgstr "Versione sconosciuta" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1289 #, c-format msgid "%s version %s" msgstr "%s versione %s" #. Current recalculation mode; returns "Automatic" or "Manual". #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1296 src/dialogs/dialog-cell-format.c:2655 #: src/dialogs/dialog-cell-format.c:2660 src/dialogs/dialog-cell-format.c:2670 #: src/workbook-format-toolbar.c:837 msgid "Automatic" msgstr "Automatico" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1305 msgid "Unknown system" msgstr "Sistema sconosciuto" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1315 #, fuzzy msgid "Unknown info_type" msgstr "Errore di valutazione sconosciuto" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1321 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISERROR\n" "@SYNTAX=ISERROR(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISERROR returns a TRUE value if the expression has an error.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISERROR(NA()) equals TRUE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ERROR" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1343 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISNA\n" "@SYNTAX=ISNA(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISNA returns TRUE if the value is the #N/A error value.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISNA(NA()) equals TRUE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=NA" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1370 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISERR\n" "@SYNTAX=ISERR(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISERR returns TRUE if the value is any error value except #N/" "A.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible. \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISERR(NA()) return FALSE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ISERROR" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1393 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ERROR.TYPE\n" "@SYNTAX=ERROR(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ERROR.TYPE returns an error number corresponding to the given " "error value. The error numbers for error values are:\n" "\n" "\t#DIV/0! \t\t2\n" "\t#VALUE! \t\t3\n" "\t#REF! \t\t4\n" "\t#NAME? \t5\n" "\t#NUM! \t\t6\n" "\t#N/A \t\t7\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ERROR.TYPE(NA()) equals 7.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ISERROR" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1445 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=NA\n" "@SYNTAX=NA()\n" "@DESCRIPTION=NA returns the error value #N/A.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "NA() equals #N/A error.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ISNA" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1467 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ERROR\n" "@SYNTAX=ERROR(text)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ERROR return the specified error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ERROR(\"#OWN ERROR\").\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ISERROR" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1488 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISBLANK\n" "@SYNTAX=ISBLANK(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISBLANK returns TRUE if the value is blank.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISBLANK(A1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1508 plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1669 #: plugins/fn-logical/functions.c:281 src/func.c:764 msgid "Invalid number of arguments" msgstr "Numero di argomenti non valido" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1538 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISEVEN\n" "@SYNTAX=ISEVEN(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISEVEN returns TRUE if the number is even.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISEVEN(4) equals TRUE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ISODD" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1560 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISLOGICAL\n" "@SYNTAX=ISLOGICAL(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISLOGICAL returns TRUE if the value is a logical value.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISLOGICAL(A1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1582 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISNONTEXT\n" "@SYNTAX=ISNONTEXT(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISNONTEXT Returns TRUE if the value is not text.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISNONTEXT(\"text\") equals FALSE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ISTEXT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1604 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISNUMBER\n" "@SYNTAX=ISNUMBER(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISNUMBER returns TRUE if the value is a number.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISNUMBER(\"text\") equals FALSE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1627 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISODD\n" "@SYNTAX=ISODD(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISODD returns TRUE if the number is odd.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISODD(3) equals TRUE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ISEVEN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1649 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISREF\n" "@SYNTAX=ISREF(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISREF returns TRUE if the value is a reference.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISREF(A1) equals TRUE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1681 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ISTEXT\n" "@SYNTAX=ISTEXT(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ISTEXT returns TRUE if the value is text.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ISTEXT(\"text\") equals TRUE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ISNONTEXT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1703 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=N\n" "@SYNTAX=N(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=N returns a value converted to a number. Strings containing " "text are converted to the zero value.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "N(\"42\") equals 42.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1742 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TYPE\n" "@SYNTAX=TYPE(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TYPE returns a number indicating the data type of a value.\n" "\n" "1 == number\n" "2 == text\n" "4 == boolean\n" "16 == error\n" "64 == array\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TYPE(3) equals 1.\n" "TYPE(\"text\") equals 2.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1791 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=GETENV\n" "@SYNTAX=GETENV(string)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=GETENV retrieves a value from the execution environment.\n" "\n" "* If the variable specified by @STRING does not exist, #N/A! will be " "returned. Note, that variable names are case sensitive.\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1819 msgid "info_type, cell" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1821 #, fuzzy msgid "range" msgstr "Intervallo" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1823 plugins/fn-string/functions.c:1241 #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:1243 plugins/fn-string/functions.c:1257 #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:1259 plugins/fn-string/functions.c:1261 #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:1279 plugins/fn-string/functions.c:1281 #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:1283 #, fuzzy msgid "text" msgstr "Testo" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1825 plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1831 #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1833 plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1835 #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1837 plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1839 #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1841 plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1843 #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1845 plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1847 #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1849 plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1851 #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1853 plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1857 #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:1275 #, fuzzy msgid "value" msgstr "Valore P" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1827 #, fuzzy msgid "cell" msgstr "Cella" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1829 #, fuzzy msgid "info_type" msgstr "Errore di valutazione sconosciuto" #: plugins/fn-info/functions.c:1859 #, fuzzy msgid "string" msgstr "Stringa" #: plugins/fn-info/plugin.xml.in.h:1 msgid "Functions for inspecting values, cells, and more" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-info/plugin.xml.in.h:2 msgid "Information" msgstr "Informazione" #: plugins/fn-info/plugin.xml.in.h:3 #, fuzzy msgid "Information Functions" msgstr "Informazione" #: plugins/fn-logical/functions.c:45 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=AND\n" "@SYNTAX=AND(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=AND implements the logical AND function: the result is TRUE if " "all of the expressions evaluate to TRUE, otherwise it returns FALSE.\n" "\n" "@b1, trough @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If " "an integer or floating point value is provided zero is considered FALSE and " "anything else is TRUE.\n" "\n" "* If the values contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored.\n" "* If no logical values are provided, then the error #VALUE! is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "AND(TRUE,TRUE) equals TRUE.\n" "AND(TRUE,FALSE) equals FALSE.\n" "\n" "Let us assume that A1 holds number five and A2 number one. Then\n" "AND(A1>3,A2<2) equals TRUE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=OR, NOT" msgstr "" "ANDAND(b1, b2, ...)nImplements the logical AND function: the result is TRUE " "if all of the expression evaluates to TRUE, otherwise it returns FALSE." "

b1, trough bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE.If an " "integer or floating point value is provided zero is considered FALSE and " "anything else is TRUE.

If the values contain strings or empty cells those " "values are ignored. If no logical values are provided, then the error " "'#VALUE!' is returned. OR" #: plugins/fn-logical/functions.c:107 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=NOT\n" "@SYNTAX=NOT(number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=NOT implements the logical NOT function: the result is TRUE if " "the @number is zero; otherwise the result is FALSE.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "NOT(0) equals TRUE.\n" "NOT(TRUE) equals FALSE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AND, OR" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-logical/functions.c:128 msgid "Type Mismatch" msgstr "Differenza di tipo" #: plugins/fn-logical/functions.c:135 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=OR\n" "@SYNTAX=OR(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=OR implements the logical OR function: the result is TRUE if " "any of the values evaluated to TRUE.\n" "\n" "@b1, trough @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an " "integer or floating point value is provided zero is considered FALSE and " "anything else is TRUE.\n" "\n" "* If the values contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored.\n" "* If no logical values are provided, then the error #VALUE! is returned.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "OR(TRUE,FALSE) equals TRUE.\n" "OR(3>4,4<3) equals FALSE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AND, NOT" msgstr "" "OROR(b1, b2, ...)Implements the logical OR function: the result is TRUE " "if any of thevalues evaluated to TRUE.

b1, trough bN are expressions that " "should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE.If an integer or floating point value is " "provided zero is consideredFALSE and anything else is TRUE.

If the values " "contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored. If no logical " "values are provided, then the error '#VALUE!'is returned.AND" #: plugins/fn-logical/functions.c:194 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=XOR\n" "@SYNTAX=XOR(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=XOR implements the logical exclusive OR function: the result is " "TRUE if an odd number of the values evaluated to TRUE.\n" "\n" "@b1, trough @bN are expressions that should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE. If an " "integer or floating point value is provided zero is considered FALSE and " "anything else is TRUE.\n" "\n" "* If the values contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored.\n" "* If no logical values are provided, then the error #VALUE! is returned.\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "XOR(TRUE,FALSE) equals TRUE.\n" "XOR(3>4,4<3) equals FALSE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=OR, AND, NOT" msgstr "" "OROR(b1, b2, ...)Implements the logical OR function: the result is TRUE " "if any of thevalues evaluated to TRUE.

b1, trough bN are expressions that " "should evaluate to TRUE or FALSE.If an integer or floating point value is " "provided zero is consideredFALSE and anything else is TRUE.

If the values " "contain strings or empty cells those values are ignored. If no logical " "values are provided, then the error '#VALUE!'is returned.AND" #: plugins/fn-logical/functions.c:251 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=IF\n" "@SYNTAX=IF(condition[,if-true,if-false])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=IF function can be used to evaluate conditionally other " "expressions. IF evaluates @condition. If @condition returns a non-zero " "value the result of the IF expression is the @if-true expression, otherwise " "IF evaluates to the value of @if-false.\n" "\n" "* If ommitted @if-true defaults to TRUE and @if-false to FALSE.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "IF(FALSE,TRUE,FALSE) equals FALSE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-logical/functions.c:315 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TRUE\n" "@SYNTAX=TRUE()\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TRUE returns boolean value true.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TRUE() equals TRUE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=FALSE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-logical/functions.c:337 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FALSE\n" "@SYNTAX=FALSE()\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FALSE returns boolean value false.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FALSE() equals FALSE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TRUE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:917 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=COLUMNS\n" "@SYNTAX=COLUMNS(reference)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=COLUMNS function returns the number of columns in area or array " "reference.\n" "\n" "* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, COLUMNS " "returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "COLUMNS(H2:J3) equals 3.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COLUMN,ROW,ROWS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:943 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=OFFSET\n" "@SYNTAX=OFFSET(range,row,col,height,width)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=OFFSET function returns a cell range. The cell range starts at " "offset (@col,@row) from @range, and is of height @height and width @width.\n" "\n" "* If range is neither a reference nor a range returns #VALUE!.\n" "* If either height or width is omitted the height or width of the reference " "is used.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COLUMN,COLUMNS,ROWS" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1000 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ROW\n" "@SYNTAX=ROW([reference])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ROW function returns an array of the row numbers taking a " "default argument of the containing cell position.\n" "\n" "* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, ROW returns " "#VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ROW() in G13 equals 13.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COLUMN,COLUMNS,ROWS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1052 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ROWS\n" "@SYNTAX=ROWS(reference)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ROWS function returns the number of rows in area or array " "reference.\n" "\n" "* If @reference is neither an array nor a reference nor a range, ROWS " "returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ROWS(H7:I13) equals 7.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COLUMN,ROW,ROWS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1078 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=HYPERLINK\n" "@SYNTAX=HYPERLINK(link_location, optional_label)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=HYPERLINK function currently returns its 2nd argument, or if " "that is omitted the 1st argument.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "HYPERLINK(\"www.gnome.org\",\"GNOME\").\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1103 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TRANSPOSE\n" "@SYNTAX=TRANSPOSE(matrix)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TRANSPOSE function returns the transpose of the input @matrix.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MMULT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1148 msgid "row_num,col_num,abs_num,a1,text" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1150 msgid "index,value," msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1152 plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1154 #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1170 plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1172 #, fuzzy msgid "ref" msgstr "rosso" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1156 plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1176 msgid "val,range,col_idx,approx,as_index" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1158 msgid "link_location, label" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1160 msgid "ref_string,format" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1162 msgid "reference,row,col,area" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1164 #, fuzzy msgid "val,range,range" msgstr "Crea un oggetto rettangolo" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1166 msgid "val,range,approx" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1168 msgid "ref,row,col,height,width" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-lookup/functions.c:1174 plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3206 #, fuzzy msgid "array" msgstr "Vettore" #: plugins/fn-lookup/plugin.xml.in.h:1 msgid "Functions for looking up values in ranges" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-lookup/plugin.xml.in.h:2 #, fuzzy msgid "Lookup" msgstr "Dati / Ricerca" #: plugins/fn-lookup/plugin.xml.in.h:3 #, fuzzy msgid "Lookup Functions" msgstr "_Funzione" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:140 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=GCD\n" "@SYNTAX=GCD(number1,number2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=GCD returns the greatest common divisor of given numbers.\n" "\n" "* If any of the arguments is less than zero, GCD returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If any of the arguments is non-integer, it is truncated.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "GCD(470,770) equals to 10.\n" "GCD(470,770,1495) equals to 5.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LCM" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:192 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LCM\n" "@SYNTAX=LCM(number1,number2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LCM returns the least common multiple of integers. The least " "common multiple is the smallest positive number that is a multiple of all " "integer arguments given.\n" "\n" "* If any of the arguments is less than one, LCM returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LCM(2,13) equals to 26.\n" "LCM(4,7,5) equals to 140.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=GCD" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:249 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ABS\n" "@SYNTAX=ABS(b1)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ABS implements the Absolute Value function: the result is to " "drop the negative sign (if present). This can be done for integers and " "floating point numbers.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ABS(7) equals 7.\n" "ABS(-3.14) equals 3.14.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CEIL, FLOOR" msgstr "" "ABSABS(b1)nImplements the " "Absolute Value function: the result is to drop the negative sign (if " "present). This can be done for integers and floating point numbers." "

Performing this function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing." "

CEIL, FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:274 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ACOS\n" "@SYNTAX=ACOS(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ACOS function calculates the arc cosine of @x; that is the " "value whose cosine is @x.\n" "\n" "* The value it returns is in radians.\n" "* If @x falls outside the range -1 to 1, ACOS returns the #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ACOS(0.1) equals 1.470629.\n" "ACOS(-0.1) equals 1.670964.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COS, SIN, DEGREES, RADIANS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:308 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ACOSH\n" "@SYNTAX=ACOSH(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ACOSH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic cosine of " "@x; that is the value whose hyperbolic cosine is @x.\n" "\n" "* If @x is less than 1.0, ACOSH() returns the #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ACOSH(2) equals 1.31696.\n" "ACOSH(5.3) equals 2.35183.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ACOS, ASINH, DEGREES, RADIANS " msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:341 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ASIN\n" "@SYNTAX=ASIN(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ASIN function calculates the arc sine of @x; that is the value " "whose sine is @x.\n" "\n" "* If @x falls outside the range -1 to 1, ASIN returns the #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ASIN(0.5) equals 0.523599.\n" "ASIN(1) equals 1.570797.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SIN, COS, ASINH, DEGREES, RADIANS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:374 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ASINH\n" "@SYNTAX=ASINH(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ASINH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic sine of @x; " "that is the value whose hyperbolic sine is @x.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ASINH(0.5) equals 0.481212.\n" "ASINH(1.0) equals 0.881374.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ASIN, ACOSH, SIN, COS, DEGREES, RADIANS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:398 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ATAN\n" "@SYNTAX=ATAN(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ATAN function calculates the arc tangent of @x; that is the " "value whose tangent is @x.\n" "\n" "* Return value is in radians.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ATAN(0.5) equals 0,463648.\n" "ATAN(1) equals 0,785398.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TAN, COS, SIN, DEGREES, RADIANS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:423 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ATANH\n" "@SYNTAX=ATANH(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ATANH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic tangent of @x; " "that is the value whose hyperbolic tangent is @x.\n" "\n" "* If the absolute value of @x is greater than 1.0, ATANH returns #NUM! " "error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ATANH(0.5) equals 0.549306.\n" " ATANH(0.8) equals 1.098612.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ATAN, TAN, SIN, COS, DEGREES, RADIANS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:456 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ATAN2\n" "@SYNTAX=ATAN2(b1,b2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ATAN2 function calculates the arc tangent of the two variables " "@b1 and @b2. It is similar to calculating the arc tangent of @b2 / @b1, " "except that the signs of both arguments are used to determine the quadrant " "of the result.\n" "\n" "* The result is in radians.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ATAN2(0.5,1.0) equals 1.107149.\n" "ATAN2(-0.5,2.0) equals 1.815775.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ATAN, ATANH, COS, SIN, DEGREES, RADIANS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:484 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CEIL\n" "@SYNTAX=CEIL(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CEIL function rounds @x up to the next nearest integer.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CEIL(0.4) equals 1.\n" "CEIL(-1.1) equals -1.\n" "CEIL(-2.9) equals -2.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ABS, FLOOR, INT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:509 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=COUNTIF\n" "@SYNTAX=COUNTIF(range,criteria)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=COUNTIF function counts the number of cells in the given @range " "that meet the given @criteria.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, " "and 39. Then\n" "COUNTIF(A1:A5,\"<=28\") equals 3.\n" "COUNTIF(A1:A5,\"<28\") equals 2.\n" "COUNTIF(A1:A5,\"28\") equals 1.\n" "COUNTIF(A1:A5,\">28\") equals 2.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COUNT,SUMIF" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:587 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SUMIF\n" "@SYNTAX=SUMIF(range,criteria[,actual_range])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SUMIF function sums the values in the given @range that meet " "the given @criteria. If @actual_range is given, SUMIF sums the values in " "the @actual_range whose corresponding components in @range meet the given " "@criteria.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, " "and 39. Then\n" "SUMIF(A1:A5,\"<=28\") equals 78.\n" "SUMIF(A1:A5,\"<28\") equals 50.\n" "In addition, if the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 5, 3, 2, 6, and 7 " "then:\n" "SUMIF(A1:A5,\"<=27\",B1:B5) equals 8.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COUNTIF, SUM" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:741 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CEILING\n" "@SYNTAX=CEILING(x,significance)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CEILING function rounds @x up to the nearest multiple of " "@significance.\n" "\n" "* If @x or @significance is non-numeric CEILING returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* If @x and @significance have different signs CEILING returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CEILING(2.43,1) equals 3.\n" "CEILING(123.123,3) equals 126.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CEIL" msgstr "" "FLOORFLOOR(b1)nThe FLOOR " "function rounds b1 down to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

CEIL, ABS" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:782 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=COS\n" "@SYNTAX=COS(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=COS function returns the cosine of @x, where @x is given in " "radians.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "COS(0.5) equals 0.877583.\n" "COS(1) equals 0.540302.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COSH, SIN, SINH, TAN, TANH, RADIANS, DEGREES" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:806 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=COSH\n" "@SYNTAX=COSH(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=COSH function returns the hyperbolic cosine of @x, which is " "defined mathematically as\n" "\n" "\t(exp(@x) + exp(-@x)) / 2.\n" "\n" "* @x is in radians.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "COSH(0.5) equals 1.127626.\n" "COSH(1) equals 1.543081.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COS, SIN, SINH, TAN, TANH, RADIANS, DEGREES, EXP" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:831 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DEGREES\n" "@SYNTAX=DEGREES(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DEGREES computes the number of degrees equivalent to @x " "radians.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DEGREES(2.5) equals 143.2394.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RADIANS, PI" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:855 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=EXP\n" "@SYNTAX=EXP(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=EXP computes the value of e (the base of natural logarithmns) " "raised to the power of @x.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "EXP(2) equals 7.389056.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LOG, LOG2, LOG10" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:878 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FACT\n" "@SYNTAX=FACT(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FACT computes the factorial of @x. ie, @x!\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FACT(3) equals 6.\n" "FACT(9) equals 362880.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:919 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=COMBIN\n" "@SYNTAX=COMBIN(n,k)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=COMBIN computes the number of combinations.\n" "\n" "* Performing this function on a non-integer or a negative number returns " "#NUM! error.\n" "* If @n is less than @k COMBIN returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "COMBIN(8,6) equals 28.\n" "COMBIN(6,2) equals 15.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:954 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FLOOR\n" "@SYNTAX=FLOOR(x,significance)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FLOOR function rounds @x down to the next nearest multiple of " "@significance.\n" "\n" "* @significance defaults to 1.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FLOOR(0.5) equals 0.\n" "FLOOR(5,2) equals 4.\n" "FLOOR(-5,-2) equals -4.\n" "FLOOR(-5,2) equals #NUM!.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CEIL, ABS, INT" msgstr "" "FLOORFLOOR(b1)nThe FLOOR " "function rounds b1 down to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

CEIL, ABS" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:992 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=INT\n" "@SYNTAX=INT(a)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=INT function returns the largest integer that is not bigger " "than its argument.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "INT(7.2) equals 7.\n" "INT(-5.5) equals -6.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=FLOOR, CEIL, ABS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1017 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LOG\n" "@SYNTAX=LOG(x[,base])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LOG computes the logarithm of @x in the given base @base. If " "no @base is given LOG returns the logarithm in base 10. @base must be > 0. " "and can not equal 1.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LOG(2) equals 0.30103.\n" "LOG(8192,2) equals 13.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LN, LOG2, LOG10" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1057 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LN\n" "@SYNTAX=LN(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LN returns the natural logarithm of @x.\n" "\n" "* If @x <= 0, LN returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LN(7) equals 1.94591.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=EXP, LOG2, LOG10" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1088 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=POWER\n" "@SYNTAX=POWER(x,y)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=POWER returns the value of @x raised to the power @y.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "POWER(2,7) equals 128.\n" "POWER(3,3.141) equals 31.523749.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=EXP" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1122 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LOG2\n" "@SYNTAX=LOG2(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LOG2 computes the base-2 logarithm of @x.\n" "\n" "* If @x <= 0, LOG2 returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LOG2(1024) equals 10.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=EXP, LOG10, LOG" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1150 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LOG10\n" "@SYNTAX=LOG10(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LOG10 computes the base-10 logarithm of @x.\n" "\n" "* If @x <= 0, LOG10 returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LOG10(7) equals 0.845098.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=EXP, LOG2, LOG" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1179 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MOD\n" "@SYNTAX=MOD(number,divisor)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MOD function returns the remainder when @divisor is divided " "into @number.\n" "\n" "* MOD returns #DIV/0! if divisor is zero.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "MOD(23,7) equals 2.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=INT,FLOOR,CEIL" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1227 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RADIANS\n" "@SYNTAX=RADIANS(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RADIANS computes the number of radians equivalent to @x " "degrees.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RADIANS(180) equals 3.14159.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=PI,DEGREES" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1251 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SIN\n" "@SYNTAX=SIN(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SIN function returns the sine of @x, where @x is given in " "radians.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "SIN(0.5) equals 0.479426.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COS, COSH, SINH, TAN, TANH, RADIANS, DEGREES" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1274 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SINH\n" "@SYNTAX=SINH(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SINH function returns the hyperbolic sine of @x, which is " "defined mathematically as\n" "\n" "\t(exp(@x) - exp(-@x)) / 2.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "SINH(0.5) equals 0.521095.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SIN, COS, COSH, TAN, TANH, DEGREES, RADIANS, EXP" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1298 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SQRT\n" "@SYNTAX=SQRT(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SQRT function returns the square root of @x.\n" "\n" "* If @x is negative, SQRT returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "SQRT(2) equals 1.4142136.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=POWER" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1326 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SUMA\n" "@SYNTAX=SUMA(value1, value2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SUMA computes the sum of all the values and cells referenced in " "the argument list. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the " "calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to " "FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, " "it is counted as one (1).\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, " "and 43. Then\n" "SUMA(A1:A5) equals 107.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE, SUM, COUNT" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1358 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SUMSQ\n" "@SYNTAX=SUMSQ(value1, value2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SUMSQ returns the sum of the squares of all the values and " "cells referenced in the argument list.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, " "and 43. Then\n" "SUMSQ(A1:A5) equals 2925.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SUM, COUNT" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1389 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MULTINOMIAL\n" "@SYNTAX=MULTINOMIAL(value1, value2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MULTINOMIAL returns the ratio of the factorial of a sum of " "values to the product of factorials.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "MULTINOMIAL(2,3,4) equals 1260.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SUM" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1418 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=G_PRODUCT\n" "@SYNTAX=G_PRODUCT(value1, value2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=G_PRODUCT returns the product of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list.\n" "\n" "* Empty cells are ignored and the empty product is 1.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "G_PRODUCT(2,5,9) equals 90.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SUM, COUNT" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1446 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TAN\n" "@SYNTAX=TAN(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TAN function returns the tangent of @x, where @x is given in " "radians.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TAN(3) equals -0.1425465.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TANH, COS, COSH, SIN, SINH, DEGREES, RADIANS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1469 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TANH\n" "@SYNTAX=TANH(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TANH function returns the hyperbolic tangent of @x, which is " "defined mathematically as \n" "\n" "\tsinh(@x) / cosh(@x).\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TANH(2) equals 0.96402758.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TAN, SIN, SINH, COS, COSH, DEGREES, RADIANS" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1492 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=PI\n" "@SYNTAX=PI()\n" "@DESCRIPTION=PI functions returns the value of pi.\n" "\n" "* This function is called with no arguments.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible, except that it returns pi with a better " "precision.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "PI() equals about 3.141593.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SQRTPI" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1517 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TRUNC\n" "@SYNTAX=TRUNC(number[,digits])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TRUNC function returns the value of @number truncated to the " "number of digits specified.\n" "\n" "* If @digits is omitted then @digits defaults to zero.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TRUNC(3.12) equals 3.\n" "TRUNC(4.15,1) equals 4.1.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=INT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1552 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=EVEN\n" "@SYNTAX=EVEN(number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=EVEN function returns the number rounded up to the nearest even " "integer.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "EVEN(5.4) equals 6.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ODD" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1590 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ODD\n" "@SYNTAX=ODD(number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ODD function returns the @number rounded up to the nearest odd " "integer.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ODD(4.4) equals 5.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=EVEN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1628 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FACTDOUBLE\n" "@SYNTAX=FACTDOUBLE(number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FACTDOUBLE function returns the double factorial of a @number, " "i.e., x!!.\n" "\n" "* If @number is not an integer, it is truncated.\n" "* If @number is negative FACTDOUBLE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FACTDOUBLE(5) equals 15.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=FACT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1666 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FIB\n" "@SYNTAX=FIB(number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FIB function computes Fibonacci numbers.\n" "\n" "* If @number is not an integer, it is truncated.\n" "* If @number is negative or zero FIB returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FIB(12) equals 144.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1714 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=QUOTIENT\n" "@SYNTAX=QUOTIENT(numerator,denumerator)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=QUOTIENT function returns the integer portion of a division. " "@numerator is the divided number and @denumerator is the divisor.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "QUOTIENT(23,5) equals 4.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MOD" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1746 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SIGN\n" "@SYNTAX=SIGN(number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SIGN function returns 1 if the @number is positive, zero if the " "@number is 0, and -1 if the @number is negative.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "SIGN(3) equals 1.\n" "SIGN(-3) equals -1.\n" "SIGN(0) equals 0.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1780 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SQRTPI\n" "@SYNTAX=SQRTPI(number)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SQRTPI function returns the square root of a @number multiplied " "by pi.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "SQRTPI(2) equals 2.506628275.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=PI" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1809 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ROUNDDOWN\n" "@SYNTAX=ROUNDDOWN(number[,digits])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ROUNDDOWN function rounds a given @number down. @number is the " "number you want rounded down and @digits is the number of digits to which " "you want to round that number.\n" "\n" "* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded down to the given " "number of digits.\n" "* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded down to the nearest " "integer.\n" "* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded down to the left of the " "decimal point.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ROUNDDOWN(5.5) equals 5.\n" "ROUNDDOWN(-3.3) equals -4.\n" "ROUNDDOWN(1501.15,1) equals 1501.1.\n" "ROUNDDOWN(1501.15,-2) equals 1500.0.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ROUND,ROUNDUP" msgstr "" "FLOORFLOOR(b1)nThe FLOOR " "function rounds b1 down to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

CEIL, ABS" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1853 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ROUND\n" "@SYNTAX=ROUND(number[,digits])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ROUND function rounds a given number.\n" "\n" "@number is the number you want rounded and @digits is the number of digits " "to which you want to round that number.\n" "\n" "* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded to the given number of " "digits.\n" "* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded to the nearest integer.\n" "* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded to the left of the " "decimal point.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ROUND(5.5) equals 6.\n" "ROUND(-3.3) equals -3.\n" "ROUND(1501.15,1) equals 1501.2.\n" "ROUND(1501.15,-2) equals 1500.0.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ROUNDDOWN,ROUNDUP" msgstr "" "FLOORFLOOR(b1)nThe FLOOR " "function rounds b1 down to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

CEIL, ABS" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1894 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ROUNDUP\n" "@SYNTAX=ROUNDUP(number[,digits])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ROUNDUP function rounds a given number up.\n" "\n" "@number is the number you want rounded up and @digits is the number of " "digits to which you want to round that number.\n" "\n" "* If @digits is greater than zero, @number is rounded up to the given number " "of digits.\n" "* If @digits is zero or omitted, @number is rounded up to the nearest " "integer.\n" "* If @digits is less than zero, @number is rounded up to the left of the " "decimal point.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ROUNDUP(5.5) equals 6.\n" "ROUNDUP(-3.3) equals -3.\n" "ROUNDUP(1501.15,1) equals 1501.2.\n" "ROUNDUP(1501.15,-2) equals 1600.0.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ROUND,ROUNDDOWN" msgstr "" "FLOORFLOOR(b1)nThe FLOOR " "function rounds b1 down to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

CEIL, ABS" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1938 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MROUND\n" "@SYNTAX=MROUND(number,multiple)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MROUND function rounds a given number to the desired multiple.\n" "\n" "@number is the number you want rounded and @multiple is the the multiple to " "which you want to round the number.\n" "\n" "* If @number and @multiple have different sign, MROUND returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "MROUND(1.7,0.2) equals 1.8.\n" "MROUND(321.123,0.12) equals 321.12.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=ROUNDDOWN,ROUND,ROUNDUP" msgstr "" "FLOORFLOOR(b1)nThe FLOOR " "function rounds b1 down to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

CEIL, ABS" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:1988 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ROMAN\n" "@SYNTAX=ROMAN(number[,type])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ROMAN function returns an arabic number in the roman numeral " "style, as text. @number is the number you want to convert and @type is the " "type of roman numeral you want.\n" "\n" "* If @type is 0 or it is omitted, ROMAN returns classic roman numbers.\n" "* Type 1 is more concise than classic type, type 2 is more concise than type " "1, and type 3 is more concise than type 2. Type 4 is simplified type.\n" "* If @number is negative or greater than 3999, ROMAN returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "ROMAN(999) equals CMXCIX.\n" "ROMAN(999,1) equals LMVLIV.\n" "ROMAN(999,2) equals XMIX.\n" "ROMAN(999,3) equals VMIV.\n" "ROMAN(999,4) equals IM.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2254 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SUMX2MY2\n" "@SYNTAX=SUMX2MY2(array1,array2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SUMX2MY2 function returns the sum of the difference of squares " "of corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range " "of data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The " "equation of SUMX2MY2 is SUM (x^2-y^2).\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMX2MY2 " "returns #N/A error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, " "and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. " "Then\n" "SUMX2MY2(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals -1299.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SUMSQ,SUMX2PY2" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2310 plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2330 #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2423 plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2443 #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2534 plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2554 #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2868 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2898 msgid "Array version not implemented!" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2368 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SUMX2PY2\n" "@SYNTAX=SUMX2PY2(array1,array2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SUMX2PY2 function returns the sum of the sum of squares of " "corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of " "data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The " "equation of SUMX2PY2 is SUM (x^2+y^2).\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMX2PY2 " "returns #N/A error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, " "and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. " "Then\n" "SUMX2PY2(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 7149.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SUMSQ,SUMX2MY2" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2479 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SUMXMY2\n" "@SYNTAX=SUMXMY2(array1,array2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SUMXMY2 function returns the sum of squares of differences of " "corresponding values in two arrays. @array1 is the first array or range of " "data points and @array2 is the second array or range of data points. The " "equation of SUMXMY2 is SUM (x-y)^2.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* If @array1 and @array2 have different number of data points, SUMXMY2 " "returns #N/A error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, " "and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. " "Then\n" "SUMXMY2(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 409.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SUMSQ,SUMX2MY2,SUMX2PY2" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2592 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SERIESSUM\n" "@SYNTAX=SERIESSUM(x,n,m,coefficients)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SERIESSUM function returns the sum of a power series. @x is " "the base of the power series, @n is the initial power to raise @x, @m is the " "increment to the power for each term in the series, and @coefficients is the " "coefficents by which each successive power of @x is multiplied.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 1.23, 2.32, " "2.98, 3.42, and 4.33. Then\n" "SERIESSUM(3,1,2.23,A1:A5) equals 251416.43018.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COUNT,SUM" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2714 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MINVERSE\n" "@SYNTAX=MINVERSE(matrix)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MINVERSE function returns the inverse matrix of a given " "matrix.\n" "\n" "* If the @matrix cannot be inverted, MINVERSE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If the @matrix does not contain equal number of columns and rows, MINVERSE " "returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MMULT, MDETERM" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2763 msgid "#3D MULT?" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2843 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MMULT\n" "@SYNTAX=MMULT(array1,array2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MMULT function returns the matrix product of two arrays. The " "result is an array with the same number of rows as @array1 and the same " "number of columns as @array2.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TRANSPOSE,MINVERSE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2919 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MDETERM\n" "@SYNTAX=MDETERM(matrix)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MDETERM function returns the determinant of a given matrix.\n" "\n" "* If the @matrix does not contain equal number of columns and rows, MDETERM " "returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that A1, ..., A4 contain numbers 2, 3, 7, and 3, B1, ..., B4 " "4, 2, 4, and 1, C1, ..., C4 9, 4, 3, and 2, and D1, ..., D4 7, 3, 6, and 5. " "Then\n" "MDETERM(A1:D4) equals 148.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MMULT, MINVERSE" msgstr "" "ABSABS(b1)nImplements the " "Absolute Value function: the result is to drop the negative sign (if " "present). This can be done for integers and floating point numbers." "

Performing this function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing." "

CEIL, FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:2977 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SUMPRODUCT\n" "@SYNTAX=SUMPRODUCT(range1,range2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SUMPRODUCT function multiplies corresponding data entries in " "the given arrays or ranges, and then returns the sum of those products. If " "an array entry is not numeric, the value zero is used instead.\n" "\n" "* If arrays or range arguments do not have the same dimensions, SUMPRODUCT " "returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11, 15, 17, 21, " "and 43 and the cells B1, B2, ..., B5 hold numbers 13, 22, 31, 33, and 39. " "Then\n" "SUMPRODUCT(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 3370.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SUM,PRODUCT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3104 msgid "xnum,ynum" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3110 #, fuzzy msgid "range,criteria" msgstr "Intervallo nei C_riteri:" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3114 msgid "number,significance" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3128 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5195 msgid "n,k" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3132 msgid "number,number" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3140 #, fuzzy msgid "number,base" msgstr "Numero" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3146 plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3158 msgid "numerator,denominator" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3148 msgid "number,multiple" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3154 msgid "base,exponent" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3162 msgid "number,type" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3164 plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3166 #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3168 plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3200 #, fuzzy msgid "number,digits" msgstr "Numero" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3170 #, fuzzy msgid "x,n,m,coefficients" msgstr "Coefficienti" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3184 msgid "range,criteria,actual_range" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3186 #, fuzzy msgid "range,range," msgstr "Crea un oggetto rettangolo" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3190 plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3192 #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3194 plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3204 #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5187 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5189 #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5281 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5293 msgid "array1,array2" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3208 plugins/fn-math/functions.c:3211 msgid "array,matrix_type,bandsize" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-math/plugin.xml.in.h:1 #, fuzzy msgid "Math Functions" msgstr "Funzioni Python" #: plugins/fn-math/plugin.xml.in.h:2 msgid "Mathematical Functions" msgstr "" #. ************************************************************************* #: plugins/fn-math/plugin.xml.in.h:3 src/func-builtin.c:125 msgid "Maths / Trig." msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:50 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RAND\n" "@SYNTAX=RAND()\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RAND returns a random number between zero and one ([0..1]).\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RAND() returns a random number greater than zero but less than one.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDBETWEEN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:73 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDUNIFORM\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDUNIFORM(a,b)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDUNIFORM returns a random variate from the uniform (flat) " "distribution from a to b. The distribution is,\n" "\n" "\tp(x) dx = {1 over (b-a)} dx.\n" "\n" "* If a <= x < b and 0 otherwise.\n" "* If @a > @b RANDUNIFORM returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDUNIFORM(1.4,4.2) returns a random number greater than or equal to 1.4 " "but less than 4.2.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDBETWEEN,RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:105 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDDISCRETE\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDDISCRETE(val_range[,prob_range])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDDISCRETE returns one of the values in the @val_range. The " "probablilites for each value are given in the @prob_range.\n" "\n" "* If @prob_range is omitted, the uniform discrete distribution is assumed.\n" "* If the sum of all values in @prob_range is other than one, RANDDISCRETE " "returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @val_range and @prob_range are not the same size, RANDDISCRETE returns " "#NUM! error.\n" "* If @val_range or @prob_range is not a range, RANDDISCRETE returns #VALUE! " "error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDDISCRETE(A1:A6) returns one of the values in the range A1:A6.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDBETWEEN,RAND" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:235 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDEXP\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDEXP(b)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDEXP returns a exponentially-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDEXP(0.5).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDBETWEEN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:258 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDPOISSON\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDPOISSON(lambda)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDPOISSON returns a poisson-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "* If @lambda < 0 RANDPOISSON returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDPOISSON(3).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDBETWEEN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:286 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDBINOM\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDBINOM(p,trials)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDBINOM returns a binomially-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 RANDBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @trials < 0 RANDBINOM returns #NUM! error. \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDBINOM(0.5,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDBETWEEN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:316 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDBETWEEN\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDBETWEEN(bottom,top)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDBETWEEN function returns a random integer number between " "and including @bottom and @top.\n" "\n" "* If @bottom or @top is non-integer, they are truncated.\n" "* If @bottom > @top, RANDBETWEEN returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDBETWEEN(3,7).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDUNIFORM" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:351 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDNEGBINOM\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDNEGBINOM(p,failures)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDNEGBINOM returns a negative binomially-distributed random " "number.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1, RANDNEGBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @failures RANDNEGBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDNEGBINOM(0.5,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDBETWEEN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:382 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDBERNOULLI\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDBERNOULLI(p)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDBERNOULLI returns a Bernoulli-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 RANDBERNOULLI returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDBERNOULLI(0.5).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDBETWEEN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:410 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDGAUSSIAN\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDGAUSSIAN(mean,stdev)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDGAUSSIAN returns a gaussian-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "* If @stdev < 0 RANDGAUSSIAN returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDGAUSSIAN(0,1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:439 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDCAUCHY\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDCAUCHY(a)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDCAUCHY returns a cauchy-distributed random number with " "scale parameter a. The Cauchy distribution is also known as the Lorentz " "distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @a < 0 RANDCAUCHY returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDCAUCHY(1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:469 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDLOGNORM\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDLOGNORM(zeta,sigma)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDLOGNORM returns a lognormal-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDLOGNORM(1,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:493 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDWEIBULL\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDWEIBULL(a,b)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDWEIBULL returns a Weibull-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDWEIBULL(1,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:517 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDLAPLACE\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDLAPLACE(a)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDLAPLACE returns a Laplace-distributed random number. " "Laplace distribution is also known as two-sided exponential probability " "distribution.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDLAPLACE(1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:542 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDRAYLEIGH\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDRAYLEIGH(sigma)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDRAYLEIGH returns a Rayleigh-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDRAYLEIGH(1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:565 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL(a,sigma)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL returns a random variate from the tail of the " "Rayleigh distribution with scale parameter sigma and a lower limit of a. The " "distribution is,\n" "\n" "\tp(x) dx = {x over sigma^2} exp ((a^2 - x^2) /(2 sigma^2)) dx,\n" "\n" "for x > a.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL(0.3,1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDRAYLEIGH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:593 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDGAMMA\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDGAMMA(a,b)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDGAMMA returns a Gamma-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "* If @a <= 0 RANDGAMMA returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDGAMMA(1,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:622 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDPARETO\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDPARETO(a,b)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDPARETO returns a Pareto-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDPARETO(1,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:646 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDFDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDFDIST(nu1,nu2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDFDIST returns a F-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDFDIST(1,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDGAMMA" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:670 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDBETA\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDBETA(a,b)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDBETA returns a Beta-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDBETA(1,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDGAMMA" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:694 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDLOGISTIC\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDLOGISTIC(a)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDLOGISTIC returns a logistic-distributed random number. The " "distribution function is,\n" "\n" "\tp(x) dx = { exp(-x/a) over a (1 + exp(-x/a))^2 } dx for -infty < x < " "+infty.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDLOGISTIC(1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:720 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDGEOM\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDGEOM(p)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDGEOM returns a geometric-distributed random number. The " "number of independent trials with probability @p until the first success. " "The probability distribution for geometric variates is, \n" "\n" "\tp(k) = p (1-p)^(k-1), for k >= 1.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 RANDGEOM returns #NUM! error. \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDGEOM(0.4).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:751 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDHYPERG\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDHYPERG(n1,n2,t)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDHYPERG returns a hypergeometric-distributed random number. " "The probability distribution for hypergeometric random variates is,\n" "\n" "\tp(k) = C(n_1,k) C(n_2, t-k) / C(n_1 + n_2,k), \n" "\n" "where C(a,b) = a!/(b!(a-b)!). \n" "\n" "The domain of k is max(0,t-n_2), ..., max(t,n_1).\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDHYPERG(21,1,9).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:781 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDLOG\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDLOG(p)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDLOG returns a logarithmic-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 RANDLOG returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDHYPERG(0.72).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:809 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDCHISQ\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDCHISQ(nu)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDCHISQ returns a Chi-Square-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDCHISQ(0.5).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND,RANDGAMMA" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:832 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDTDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDTDIST(nu)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDTDIST returns a T-distributed random number.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDTDIST(0.5).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:855 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDGUMBEL\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDGUMBEL(a,b[,type])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDGUMBEL returns a Type I or Type II Gumbel-distributed " "random number. @type is either 1 or 2 and specifies the type of the " "distribution (Type I or Type II).\n" "\n" "* If @type is either 1 or 2, RANDGUMBEL returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @type is omitted, Type I is assumed.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDGUMBEL(0.5,1,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:891 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDLEVY\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDLEVY(c,alpha[,beta])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDLEVY returns a Levy-distributed random number. If @beta is " "ommitted, it is assumed to be 0.\n" "\n" "* For alpha = 1, beta=0, we get the Lorentz distribution.\n" "* For alpha = 2, beta=0, we get the Gaussian distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @alpha <= 0 or @alpha > 2, RANDLEVY returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @beta < -1 or @beta > 1, RANDLEVY returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDLEVY(0.5,0.1,1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:926 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDEXPPOW\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDEXPPOW(a,b)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDEXPPOW returns a random variate from the exponential power " "distribution with scale parameter @a and exponent @b. The distribution is,\n" "\n" "\tp(x) dx = {1 over 2 a Gamma(1+1/b)} exp(-|x/a|^b) dx, for x >= 0.\n" "\n" "* For b = 1 this reduces to the Laplace distribution.\n" "* For b = 2 it has the same form as a gaussian distribution, but with a = " "sqrt{2} sigma.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDEXPPOW(0.5,0.1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:957 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDLANDAU\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDLANDAU()\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDLANDAU returns a random variate from the Landau " "distribution. The probability distribution for Landau random variates is " "defined analytically by the complex integral,\n" "\n" "\tp(x) = (1/(2 pi i)) int_{c-i infty}^{c+i infty} ds exp(s log(s) + x s).\n" "\n" "For numerical purposes it is more convenient to use the following equivalent " "form of the integral,\n" "\n" "\tp(x) = (1/pi) int_0^ infty dt exp(-t log(t) - x t) sin(pi t).\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDLANDAU().\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:985 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANDGAUSSIANTAIL\n" "@SYNTAX=RANDGAUSSIANTAIL(a,sigma)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANDGAUSSIANTAIL returns a random variates from the upper tail " "of a Gaussian distribution with standard deviation sigma. The values " "returned are larger than the lower limit a, which must be positive. The " "method is based on Marsaglia's famous rectangle-wedge-tail algorithm (Ann " "Math Stat 32, 894-899 (1961)), with this aspect explained in Knuth, v2, 3rd " "ed, p139, 586 (exercise 11).\n" "\n" "The probability distribution for Gaussian tail random variates is,\n" "\n" "\tp(x) dx = {1 over N(a;sigma)} exp (- x^2/(2 sigma^2)) dx,\n" "\n" "for x > a where N(a;sigma) is the normalization constant, N(a;sigma) = (1/2) " "erfc(a / sqrt(2 sigma^2)).\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RANDGAUSSIANTAIL(0.5,0.1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RAND" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1021 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SIMTABLE\n" "@SYNTAX=SIMTABLE(d1, d2, ..., dN)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SIMTABLE returns one of the values in the given argument list " "depending on the round number of the simulation tool. When the simulation " "tool is not activated, SIMTABLE returns @d1.\n" "\n" "With the simulation tool and the SIMTABLE function you can test given " "decision variables. Each SIMTABLE function contains the possible values of a " "simulation variable. In most of valid simulation models you should have the " "same number of values @dN for all decision variables. If the simulation is " "run more rounds than there are values defined, SIMTABLE returns #N/A! error " "(e.g. if A1 contains `=SIMTABLE(1)' and A2 `=SIMTABLE(1,2)', A1 yields #N/A! " "error on the second round).\n" "\n" "The successive use of the simulation tool also requires that you give to the " "tool at least one input variable having RAND() or any other " "RAND() function in it. On each round, the simulation tool " "iterates given number of times all the input variables to revalue them. On " "each iteration, the values of the of the output variables are stored, and " "when the round is completed, descriptive statistical information is created " "according to the values.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "SIMTABLE(TRUE,FALSE) returns TRUE on the first simulation round and FALSE on " "the second round.\n" "SIMTABLE(223,225,227,229) returns 227 on the simulation round #3.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1097 plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1121 #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1133 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5273 msgid "p" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1099 plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1113 #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1117 plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1143 #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1153 plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1155 #, fuzzy msgid "a,b" msgstr "tab" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1101 #, fuzzy msgid "bottom,top" msgstr "Basso" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1103 #, fuzzy msgid "p,trials" msgstr "Aprile" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1105 plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1129 #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1135 msgid "a" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1107 plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1151 msgid "nu" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1109 #, fuzzy msgid "value_range,prob_range" msgstr "Crea un oggetto rettangolo" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1111 msgid "b" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1115 msgid "nu1,nu2" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1119 plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1149 msgid "a,sigma" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1123 msgid "a,b[,type]" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1125 msgid "n1,n2,t" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1131 msgid "c,alpha[,beta]" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1137 msgid "zeta,sigma" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1139 #, fuzzy msgid "p,failures" msgstr "Valori" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1141 msgid "mean,stdev" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1145 #, fuzzy msgid "lambda" msgstr "_Lambda:" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1147 msgid "sigma" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/functions.c:1157 msgid "d1[,d2,...,dN]" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/plugin.xml.in.h:1 msgid "Functions for generating random numbers" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-random/plugin.xml.in.h:2 msgid "Random" msgstr "Casuale" #: plugins/fn-random/plugin.xml.in.h:3 #, fuzzy msgid "Random Number Functions" msgstr "Generazione Numeri Casuali" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:190 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=VARP\n" "@SYNTAX=VARP(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=VARP calculates the variance of a set of numbers where each " "number is a member of a population and the set is the entire population.\n" "\n" "* VARP is also known as the N-variance.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "VARP(A1:A5) equals 94.112.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,DVAR,DVARP,STDEV,VAR" msgstr "" "ABSABS(b1)nImplements the " "Absolute Value function: the result is to drop the negative sign (if " "present). This can be done for integers and floating point numbers." "

Performing this function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing." "

CEIL, FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:222 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=VAR\n" "@SYNTAX=VAR(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=VAR estimates the variance of a sample of a population. To get " "the true variance of a complete population use @VARP.\n" "\n" "* VAR is also known as the N-1-variance. Under reasonable conditions, it is " "the maximum-likelihood estimator for the true variance.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "VAR(A1:A5) equals 117.64.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=VARP,STDEV" msgstr "" "ABSABS(b1)nImplements the " "Absolute Value function: the result is to drop the negative sign (if " "present). This can be done for integers and floating point numbers." "

Performing this function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing." "

CEIL, FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:256 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=STDEV\n" "@SYNTAX=STDEV(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=STDEV returns standard deviation of a set of numbers treating " "these numbers as members of a population.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "STDEV(A1:A5) equals 10.84619749.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,DSTDEV,DSTDEVP,STDEVA,STDEVPA,VAR" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:286 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=STDEVP\n" "@SYNTAX=STDEVP(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=STDEVP returns standard deviation of a set of numbers treating " "these numbers as members of a complete population.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "STDEVP(A1:A5) equals 9.701133954.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=STDEV,STDEVA,STDEVPA" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:316 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RANK\n" "@SYNTAX=RANK(x,ref[,order])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RANK returns the rank of a number in a list of numbers. @x is " "the number whose rank you want to find, @ref is the list of numbers, and " "@order specifies how to rank numbers. If @order is 0, numbers are ranked in " "descending order, otherwise numbers are ranked in ascending order.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "RANK(17.3,A1:A5) equals 4.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=PERCENTRANK" msgstr "" "ABSABS(b1)nImplements the " "Absolute Value function: the result is to drop the negative sign (if " "present). This can be done for integers and floating point numbers." "

Performing this function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing." "

CEIL, FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:408 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TRIMMEAN\n" "@SYNTAX=TRIMMEAN(ref,fraction)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TRIMMEAN returns the mean of the interior of a data set. @ref " "is the list of numbers whose mean you want to calculate and @fraction is the " "fraction of the data set excluded from the mean. For example, if " "@fraction=0.2 and the data set contains 40 numbers, 8 numbers are trimmed " "from the data set (40 x 0.2), 4 from the top and 4 from the bottom of the " "set.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "TRIMMEAN(A1:A5,0.2) equals 23.2.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,GEOMEAN,HARMEAN,MEDIAN,MODE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:470 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=COVAR\n" "@SYNTAX=COVAR(array1,array2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=COVAR returns the covariance of two data sets.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, " "and 42.7. Then\n" "COVAR(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 65.858.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CORREL,FISHER,FISHERINV" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:502 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CORREL\n" "@SYNTAX=CORREL(array1,array2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CORREL returns the correlation coefficient of two data sets.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, " "and 42.7. Then\n" "CORREL(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 0.996124788.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COVAR,FISHER,FISHERINV" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:534 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=NEGBINOMDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=NEGBINOMDIST(f,t,p)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=NEGBINOMDIST function returns the negative binomial " "distribution. @f is the number of failures, @t is the threshold number of " "successes, and @p is the probability of a success.\n" "\n" "* If @f or @t is a non-integer it is truncated.\n" "* If (@f + @t -1) <= 0 NEGBINOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 NEGBINOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "NEGBINOMDIST(2,5,0.55) equals 0.152872629.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BINOMDIST,COMBIN,FACT,HYPGEOMDIST,PERMUT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:572 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=NORMSDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=NORMSDIST(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=NORMSDIST function returns the standard normal cumulative " "distribution. @x is the value for which you want the distribution.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "NORMSDIST(2) equals 0.977249868.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=NORMDIST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:601 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=NORMSINV\n" "@SYNTAX=NORMSINV(p)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=NORMSINV function returns the inverse of the standard normal " "cumulative distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the " "normal distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 NORMSINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "NORMSINV(0.2) equals -0.841621234.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=NORMDIST,NORMINV,NORMSDIST,STANDARDIZE,ZTEST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:633 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LOGNORMDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=LOGNORMDIST(x,mean,stdev)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LOGNORMDIST function returns the lognormal distribution. @x is " "the value for which you want the distribution, @mean is the mean of the " "distribution, and @stdev is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @stdev = 0 LOGNORMDIST returns #DIV/0! error.\n" "* If @x <= 0, @mean < 0 or @stdev < 0 LOGNORMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LOGNORMDIST(3,1,2) equals 0.519662338.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=NORMDIST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:673 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LOGINV\n" "@SYNTAX=LOGINV(p,mean,stdev)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LOGINV function returns the inverse of the lognormal cumulative " "distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal " "distribution, @mean is the arithmetic mean of the distribution, and @stdev " "is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @stdev <= 0 LOGINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LOGINV(0.5,2,3) equals 7.389056099.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=EXP,LN,LOG,LOG10,LOGNORMDIST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:710 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FISHERINV\n" "@SYNTAX=FISHERINV(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FISHERINV function returns the inverse of the Fisher " "transformation at @x.\n" "\n" "* If @x is non-number FISHERINV returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FISHERINV(2) equals 0.96402758.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=FISHER" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:737 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MODE\n" "@SYNTAX=MODE(n1, n2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MODE returns the most common number of the data set. If the " "data set has many most common numbers MODE returns the first one of them.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* If the data set does not contain any duplicates MODE returns #N/A error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "11.4, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "MODE(A1:A5) equals 11.4.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,MEDIAN" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:773 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=HARMEAN\n" "@SYNTAX=HARMEAN(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=HARMEAN returns the harmonic mean of the N data points (that " "is, N divided by the sum of the inverses of the data points).\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "HARMEAN(A1:A5) equals 19.529814427.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,GEOMEAN,MEDIAN,MODE,TRIMMEAN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:805 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=GEOMEAN\n" "@SYNTAX=GEOMEAN(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=GEOMEAN returns the geometric mean of the given arguments. This " "is equal to the Nth root of the product of the terms.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "GEOMEAN(A1:A5) equals 21.279182482.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,HARMEAN,MEDIAN,MODE,TRIMMEAN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:836 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=COUNT\n" "@SYNTAX=COUNT(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=COUNT returns the total number of integer or floating point " "arguments passed.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "COUNT(A1:A5) equals 5.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:879 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=COUNTA\n" "@SYNTAX=COUNTA(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=COUNTA returns the number of arguments passed not including " "empty cells.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings " "11.4, \"missing\", \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "COUNTA(A1:A5) equals 5.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,COUNT,DCOUNT,DCOUNTA,PRODUCT,SUM" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:921 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=AVERAGE\n" "@SYNTAX=AVERAGE(value1, value2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=AVERAGE computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "AVERAGE(A1:A5) equals 23.2.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SUM, COUNT" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:953 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MIN\n" "@SYNTAX=MIN(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MIN returns the value of the element of the values passed that " "has the smallest value. With negative numbers considered smaller than " "positive numbers.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "MIN(A1:A5) equals 11.4.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MAX,ABS" msgstr "" "ABSABS(b1)nImplements the " "Absolute Value function: the result is to drop the negative sign (if " "present). This can be done for integers and floating point numbers." "

Performing this function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing." "

CEIL, FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:995 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MAX\n" "@SYNTAX=MAX(b1, b2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MAX returns the value of the element of the values passed that " "has the largest value. With negative numbers considered smaller than " "positive numbers.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "MAX(A1:A5) equals 40.1.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MIN,ABS" msgstr "" "ABSABS(b1)nImplements the " "Absolute Value function: the result is to drop the negative sign (if " "present). This can be done for integers and floating point numbers." "

Performing this function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing." "

CEIL, FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1037 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SKEW\n" "@SYNTAX=SKEW(n1, n2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SKEW returns an unbiased estimate for skewness of a " "distribution.\n" "\n" "Note, that this is only meaningful if the underlying distribution really has " "a third moment. The skewness of a symmetric (e.g., normal) distribution is " "zero.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.* If less than three numbers " "are given, SKEW returns #DIV/0! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "SKEW(A1:A5) equals 0.976798268.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VAR,SKEWP,KURT" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1075 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SKEWP\n" "@SYNTAX=SKEWP(n1, n2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SKEWP returns the population skewness of a data set.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* If less than two numbers are given, SKEWP returns #DIV/0! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "SKEWP(A1:A5) equals 0.655256198.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VARP,SKEW,KURTP" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1108 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=EXPONDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=EXPONDIST(x,y,cumulative)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=EXPONDIST function returns the exponential distribution. If the " "@cumulative boolean is false it will return:\n" "\n" "\t@y * exp (-@y*@x),\n" "\n" "otherwise it will return\n" "\n" "\t1 - exp (-@y*@x).\n" "\n" "* If @x < 0 or @y <= 0 this will return an error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "EXPONDIST(2,4,0) equals 0.001341851.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=POISSON" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1152 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BERNOULLI\n" "@SYNTAX=BERNOULLI(k,p)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BERNOULLI returns the probability p(k) of obtaining @k from a " "Bernoulli distribution with probability parameter @p.\n" "\n" "* If @k != 0 and @k != 1 BERNOULLI returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 BERNOULLI returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BERNOULLI(0,0.5).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDBERNOULLI" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1194 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=GAMMALN\n" "@SYNTAX=GAMMALN(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=GAMMALN function returns the natural logarithm of the gamma " "function.\n" "\n" "* If @x is non-number then GAMMALN returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* If @x <= 0 then GAMMALN returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "GAMMALN(23) equals 48.471181352.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=POISSON" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1231 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=GAMMADIST\n" "@SYNTAX=GAMMADIST(x,alpha,beta,cum)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=GAMMADIST function returns the gamma distribution. If @cum is " "TRUE, GAMMADIST returns the incomplete gamma function, otherwise it returns " "the probability mass function.\n" "\n" "* If @x < 0 GAMMADIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @alpha <= 0 or @beta <= 0, GAMMADIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "GAMMADIST(1,2,3,0) equals 0.07961459.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=GAMMAINV" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1272 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=GAMMAINV\n" "@SYNTAX=GAMMAINV(p,alpha,beta)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=GAMMAINV function returns the inverse of the cumulative gamma " "distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 GAMMAINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @alpha <= 0 or @beta <= 0 GAMMAINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "GAMMAINV(0.34,2,4) equals 4.829093908.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=GAMMADIST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1308 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CHIDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=CHIDIST(x,dof)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CHIDIST function returns the one-tailed probability of the chi-" "squared distribution. @dof is the number of degrees of freedom.\n" "\n" "* If @dof is non-integer it is truncated.\n" "* If @dof < 1 CHIDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CHIDIST(5.3,2) equals 0.070651213.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CHIINV,CHITEST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1344 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CHIINV\n" "@SYNTAX=CHIINV(p,dof)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CHIINV function returns the inverse of the one-tailed " "probability of the chi-squared distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @dof < 1 CHIINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CHIINV(0.98,7) equals 1.564293004.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CHIDIST,CHITEST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1378 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CHITEST\n" "@SYNTAX=CHITEST(actual_range,theoretical_range)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CHITEST function returns the test for independence of chi-" "squared distribution.\n" "\n" "@actual_range is a range that contains the observed data points. " "@theoretical_range is a range that contains the expected values of the data " "points.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CHIDIST,CHIINV" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1516 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BETADIST\n" "@SYNTAX=BETADIST(x,alpha,beta[,a,b])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BETADIST function returns the cumulative beta distribution. @a " "is the optional lower bound of @x and @b is the optional upper bound of @x. " "If @a is not given, BETADIST uses 0.\n" "\n" "* If @b is not given, BETADIST uses 1.\n" "* If @x < @a or @x > @b BETADIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @alpha <= 0 or @beta <= 0, BETADIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @a >= @b BETADIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BETADIST(0.12,2,3) equals 0.07319808.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BETAINV" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1556 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BETAINV\n" "@SYNTAX=BETAINV(p,alpha,beta[,a,b])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BETAINV function returns the inverse of cumulative beta " "distribution. @a is the optional lower bound of @x and @b is the optinal " "upper bound of @x. If @a is not given, BETAINV uses 0.\n" "\n" "* If @b is not given, BETAINV uses 1.\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 BETAINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @alpha <= 0 or @beta <= 0, BETAINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @a >= @b BETAINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BETAINV(0.45,1.6,1) equals 0.607096629.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BETADIST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1597 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=TDIST(x,dof,tails)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TDIST function returns the Student's t-distribution. @dof is " "the degree of freedom and @tails is 1 or 2 depending on whether you want one-" "tailed or two-tailed distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @dof < 1 TDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @tails is neither 1 or 2 TDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TDIST(2,5,1) equals 0.050969739.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TINV,TTEST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1634 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TINV\n" "@SYNTAX=TINV(p,dof)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TINV function returns the inverse of the two-tailed Student's t-" "distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @dof < 1 TINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TINV(0.4,32) equals 0.852998454.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=TDIST,TTEST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1668 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=FDIST(x,dof1,dof2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FDIST function returns the F probability distribution. @dof1 is " "the numerator degrees of freedom and @dof2 is the denominator degrees of " "freedom.\n" "\n" "* If @x < 0 FDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @dof1 < 1 or @dof2 < 1, FDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FDIST(2,5,5) equals 0.232511319.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=FINV" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1705 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LANDAU\n" "@SYNTAX=LANDAU(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LANDAU returns the probability density p(x) at @x for the " "Landau distribution using an approximation method. \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LANDAU(0.34).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDLANDAU" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1847 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FINV\n" "@SYNTAX=FINV(p,dof1,dof2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FINV function returns the inverse of the F probability " "distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 FINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @dof1 < 1 or @dof2 < 1 FINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FINV(0.2,2,4) equals 2.472135955.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=FDIST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1883 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=BINOMDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=BINOMDIST(n,trials,p,cumulative)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=BINOMDIST function returns the binomial distribution. @n is the " "number of successes, @trials is the total number of independent trials, @p " "is the probability of success in trials, and @cumulative describes whether " "to return the sum of thebinomial function from 0 to @n.\n" "\n" "* If @n or @trials are non-integer they are truncated.\n" "* If @n < 0 or @trials < 0 BINOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @n > trials BINOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 BINOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "BINOMDIST(3,5,0.8,0) equals 0.2048.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=POISSON" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1929 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CAUCHY\n" "@SYNTAX=CAUCHY(x,a,cum)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CAUCHY returns the Cauchy distribution with scale parameter @a. " "If @cum is TRUE, CAUCHY returns the cumulative distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @a < 0 CAUCHY returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @cum != TRUE and @cum != FALSE CAUCHY returns #VALUE! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CAUCHY(0.43,1,TRUE) returns 0.370735.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDCAUCHY" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:1969 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CRITBINOM\n" "@SYNTAX=CRITBINOM(trials,p,alpha)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CRITBINOM function returns the smallest value for which " "thecumulative is greater than or equal to a given value. @n is the number of " "trials, @p is the probability of success in trials, and @alpha is the " "criterion value.\n" "\n" "* If @trials is a non-integer it is truncated.\n" "* If @trials < 0 CRITBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 CRITBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @alpha < 0 or @alpha > 1 CRITBINOM returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CRITBINOM(10,0.5,0.75) equals 6.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BINOMDIST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2009 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=PERMUT\n" "@SYNTAX=PERMUT(n,k)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=PERMUT function returns the number of permutations. @n is the " "number of objects, @k is the number of objects in each permutation.\n" "\n" "* If @n = 0 PERMUT returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @n < @k PERMUT returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "PERMUT(7,3) equals 210.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COMBIN" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2044 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=HYPGEOMDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=HYPGEOMDIST(x,n,M,N)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=HYPGEOMDIST function returns the hypergeometric distribution. " "@x is the number of successes in the sample, @n is the number of trials, @M " "is the number of successes overall, and @N is thepopulation size.\n" "\n" "* If @x,@n,@M or @N is a non-integer it is truncated.\n" "* If @x,@n,@M or @N < 0 HYPGEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @x > @M or @n > @N HYPGEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "HYPGEOMDIST(1,2,3,10) equals 0.4666667.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BINOMDIST,POISSON" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2083 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CONFIDENCE\n" "@SYNTAX=CONFIDENCE(x,stddev,size)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CONFIDENCE function returns the confidence interval for a mean. " "@x is the significance level, @stddev is the population standard deviation, " "and @size is the size of the sample.\n" "\n" "* If @size is non-integer it is truncated.\n" "* If @size < 0 CONFIDENCE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @size is 0 CONFIDENCE returns #DIV/0! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CONFIDENCE(0.05,1,33) equals 0.341185936.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2124 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=STANDARDIZE\n" "@SYNTAX=STANDARDIZE(x,mean,stdev)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=STANDARDIZE function returns a normalized value. @x is the " "number to be normalized, @mean is the mean of the distribution, @stdev is " "the standard deviation of the distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @stddev is 0 STANDARDIZE returns #DIV/0! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "STANDARDIZE(3,2,4) equals 0.25.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2162 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=WEIBULL\n" "@SYNTAX=WEIBULL(x,alpha,beta,cumulative)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=WEIBULL function returns the Weibull distribution. If the " "@cumulative boolean is true it will return:\n" "\n" "\t1 - exp (-(@x/@beta)^@alpha),\n" "\n" "otherwise it will return\n" "\n" "\t(@alpha/@beta^@alpha) * @x^(@alpha-1) * exp(-(@x/@beta^@alpha)).\n" "\n" "* If @x < 0 WEIBULL returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @alpha <= 0 or @beta <= 0 WEIBULL returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "WEIBULL(3,2,4,0) equals 0.213668559.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=POISSON" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2208 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=NORMDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=NORMDIST(x,mean,stdev,cumulative)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=NORMDIST function returns the normal cumulative distribution. " "@x is the value for which you want the distribution, @mean is the mean of " "the distribution, @stdev is the standard deviation.\n" "\n" "* If @stdev is 0 NORMDIST returns #DIV/0! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "NORMDIST(2,1,2,0) equals 0.176032663.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=POISSON" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2253 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=NORMINV\n" "@SYNTAX=NORMINV(p,mean,stdev)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=NORMINV function returns the inverse of the normal cumulative " "distribution. @p is the given probability corresponding to the normal " "distribution, @mean is the arithmetic mean of the distribution, and @stdev " "is the standard deviation of the distribution.\n" "\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 or @stdev <= 0 NORMINV returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "NORMINV(0.76,2,3) equals 4.118907689.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=NORMDIST,NORMSDIST,NORMSINV,STANDARDIZE,ZTEST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2291 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=KURT\n" "@SYNTAX=KURT(n1, n2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=KURT returns an unbiased estimate of the kurtosis of a data " "set.\n" "Note, that this is only meaningful is the underlying distribution really has " "a fourth moment. The kurtosis is offset by three such that a normal " "distribution will have zero kurtosis.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* If fewer than four numbers are given or all of them are equal KURT returns " "#DIV/0! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "KURT(A1:A5) equals 1.234546305.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VAR,SKEW,KURTP" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2330 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=KURTP\n" "@SYNTAX=KURTP(n1, n2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=KURTP returns the population kurtosis of a data set.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* If fewer than two numbers are given or all of them are equal KURTP returns " "#DIV/0! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "KURTP(A1:A5) equals -0.691363424.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,VARP,SKEWP,KURT" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2363 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=AVEDEV\n" "@SYNTAX=AVEDEV(n1, n2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=AVEDEV returns the average of the absolute deviations of a data " "set from their mean.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "AVEDEV(A1:A5) equals 7.84.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=STDEV" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2394 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DEVSQ\n" "@SYNTAX=DEVSQ(n1, n2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DEVSQ returns the sum of squares of deviations of a data set " "from the sample mean.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "DEVSQ(A1:A5) equals 470.56.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=STDEV" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2427 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FISHER\n" "@SYNTAX=FISHER(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FISHER function returns the Fisher transformation at @x.\n" "\n" "* If @x is not-number FISHER returns #VALUE! error.\n" "* If @x <= -1 or @x >= 1 FISHER returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FISHER(0.332) equals 0.345074339.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=SKEW" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2462 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=POISSON\n" "@SYNTAX=POISSON(x,mean,cumulative)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=POISSON function returns the Poisson distribution. @x is the " "number of events, @mean is the expected numeric value @cumulative describes " "whether to return the sum of the poisson function from 0 to @x.\n" "\n" "* If @x is a non-integer it is truncated.\n" "* If @x <= 0 POISSON returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @mean <= 0 POISSON returns the #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "POISSON(3,6,0) equals 0.089235078.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=NORMDIST, WEIBULL" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2505 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=PEARSON\n" "@SYNTAX=PEARSON(array1,array2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=PEARSON returns the Pearson correlation coefficient of two data " "sets.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=INTERCEPT,LINEST,RSQ,SLOPE,STEYX" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2530 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RSQ\n" "@SYNTAX=RSQ(array1,array2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RSQ returns the square of the Pearson correlation coefficient " "of two data sets.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CORREL,COVAR,INTERCEPT,LINEST,LOGEST,PEARSON,SLOPE,STEYX,TREND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2560 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MEDIAN\n" "@SYNTAX=MEDIAN(n1, n2, ...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MEDIAN returns the median of the given data set.\n" "\n" "* Strings and empty cells are simply ignored.\n" "* If even numbers are given MEDIAN returns the average of the two numbers in " "the middle.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "MEDIAN(A1:A5) equals 21.3.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE,COUNT,COUNTA,DAVERAGE,MODE,SUM" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2594 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LARGE\n" "@SYNTAX=LARGE(n1, n2, ..., k)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LARGE returns the k-th largest value in a data set.\n" "\n" "* If data set is empty LARGE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @k <= 0 or @k is greater than the number of data items given LARGE " "returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "LARGE(A1:A5,2) equals 25.9.\n" "LARGE(A1:A5,4) equals 17.3.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=PERCENTILE,PERCENTRANK,QUARTILE,SMALL" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2641 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SMALL\n" "@SYNTAX=SMALL(n1, n2, ..., k)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SMALL returns the k-th smallest value in a data set.\n" "\n" "* If data set is empty SMALL returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @k <= 0 or @k is greater than the number of data items given SMALL " "returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "SMALL(A1:A5,2) equals 17.3.\n" "SMALL(A1:A5,4) equals 25.9.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=PERCENTILE,PERCENTRANK,QUARTILE,LARGE" msgstr "" "ABSABS(b1)nImplements the " "Absolute Value function: the result is to drop the negative sign (if " "present). This can be done for integers and floating point numbers." "

Performing this function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing." "

CEIL, FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2712 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=PROB\n" "@SYNTAX=PROB(x_range,prob_range,lower_limit[,upper_limit])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=PROB function returns the probability that values in a range or " "an array are between two limits. If @upper_limit is not given, PROB returns " "the probability that values in @x_range are equal to @lower_limit.\n" "\n" "* If the sum of the probabilities in @prob_range is not equal to 1 PROB " "returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If any value in @prob_range is <=0 or > 1, PROB returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @x_range and @prob_range contain a different number of data entries, " "PROB returns #N/A error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=BINOMDIST,CRITBINOM" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2804 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=STEYX\n" "@SYNTAX=STEYX(known_y's,known_x's)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=STEYX function returns the standard error of the predicted y-" "value for each x in the regression.\n" "\n" "* If @known_y's and @known_x's are empty or have a different number of " "arguments then STEYX returns #N/A error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, " "and 42.7. Then\n" "STEYX(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 1.101509979.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=PEARSON,RSQ,SLOPE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:2959 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=ZTEST\n" "@SYNTAX=ZTEST(ref,x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=ZTEST returns the two-tailed probability of a z-test.\n" "\n" "@ref is the data set and @x is the value to be tested.\n" "\n" "* If @ref contains less than two data items ZTEST returns #DIV/0! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "ZTEST(A1:A5,20) equals 0.254717826.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CONFIDENCE,NORMDIST,NORMINV,NORMSDIST,NORMSINV,STANDARDIZE" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3040 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=AVERAGEA\n" "@SYNTAX=AVERAGEA(number1,number2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=AVERAGEA returns the average of the given arguments. Numbers, " "text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell " "contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value " "zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). " "Note that empty cells are not counted.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings " "11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "AVERAGEA(A1:A5) equals 18.94.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=AVERAGE" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3076 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MAXA\n" "@SYNTAX=MAXA(number1,number2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MAXA returns the largest value of the given arguments. " "Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the " "cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as " "value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one " "(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings " "11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "MAXA(A1:A5) equals 40.1.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MAX,MINA" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3112 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MINA\n" "@SYNTAX=MINA(number1,number2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MINA returns the smallest value of the given arguments. " "Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If the " "cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as " "value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one " "(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings " "11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "MINA(A1:A5) equals 0.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MIN,MAXA" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3148 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=VARA\n" "@SYNTAX=VARA(number1,number2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=VARA returns the variance based on a sample. Numbers, text and " "logical values are included in the calculation too. If the cell contains " "text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). " "If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one (1). Note that " "empty cells are not counted.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings " "11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "VARA(A1:A5) equals 228.613.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=VAR,VARPA" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3184 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=VARPA\n" "@SYNTAX=VARPA(number1,number2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=VARPA returns the variance based on the entire population. " "Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If " "the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as " "value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one " "(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings " "11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "VARPA(A1:A5) equals 182.8904.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=VARP,VARP" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3220 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=STDEVA\n" "@SYNTAX=STDEVA(number1,number2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=STDEVA returns the standard deviation based on a sample. " "Numbers, text and logical values are included in the calculation too. If " "the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to FALSE, it is counted as " "value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, it is counted as one " "(1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings " "11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "STDEVA(A1:A5) equals 15.119953704.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=STDEV,STDEVPA" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3256 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=STDEVPA\n" "@SYNTAX=STDEVPA(number1,number2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=STDEVPA returns the standard deviation based on the entire " "population. Numbers, text and logical values are included in the " "calculation too. If the cell contains text or the argument evaluates to " "FALSE, it is counted as value zero (0). If the argument evaluates to TRUE, " "it is counted as one (1). Note that empty cells are not counted.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers and strings " "11.4, 17.3, \"missing\", 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "STDEVPA(A1:A5) equals 13.523697719.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=STDEVA,STDEVP" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3292 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=PERCENTRANK\n" "@SYNTAX=PERCENTRANK(array,x[,significance])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=PERCENTRANK function returns the rank of a data point in a data " "set. @array is the range of numeric values, @x is the data point which you " "want to rank, and the optional @significance indentifies the number of " "significant digits for the returned value, truncating the remainder. If " "@significance is omitted, PERCENTRANK uses three digits.\n" "\n" "* If @array contains no data points, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @significance is less than one, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @x exceeds the largest value or is less than the smallest value in " "@array, PERCENTRANK returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @x does not match any of the values in @array or @x matches more than " "once, PERCENTRANK interpolates the returned value.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LARGE,MAX,MEDIAN,MIN,PERCENTILE,QUARTILE,SMALL" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3402 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=PERCENTILE\n" "@SYNTAX=PERCENTILE(array,k)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=PERCENTILE function returns the 100*@k-th percentile of the " "given data points (that is, a number x such that a fraction @k of the data " "points are less than x).\n" "\n" "* If @array is empty, PERCENTILE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @k < 0 or @k > 1, PERCENTILE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "PERCENTILE(A1:A5,0.42) equals 20.02.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=QUARTILE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3451 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=QUARTILE\n" "@SYNTAX=QUARTILE(array,quart)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=QUARTILE function returns the quartile of the given data " "points.\n" "\n" "If @quart is equal to: QUARTILE returns:\n" "0 the smallest value of @array.\n" "1 the first quartile\n" "2 the second quartile\n" "3 the third quartile\n" "4 the largest value of @array.\n" "\n" "* If @array is empty, QUARTILE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @quart < 0 or @quart > 4, QUARTILE returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @quart is not an integer, it is truncated.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1. Then\n" "QUARTILE(A1:A5,1) equals 17.3.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LARGE,MAX,MEDIAN,MIN,PERCENTILE,SMALL" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3507 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FTEST\n" "@SYNTAX=FTEST(array1,array2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FTEST function returns the two-tailed probability that the " "variances in the given two data sets are not significantly different.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, " "and 42.7. Then\n" "FTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 0.510815017.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=FDIST,FINV" msgstr "" "AVERAGEAVERAGE(value1, value2,...)Computes the average of all the values and cells " "referenced in the argument list. This is equivalent to the sum of the " "arguments divided by the count of the arguments.SUM, " "COUNT" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3557 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TTEST\n" "@SYNTAX=TTEST(array1,array2,tails,type)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TTEST function returns the probability of a Student's t-Test. \n" "@array1 is the first data set and @array2 is the second data set. If @tails " "is one, TTEST uses the one-tailed distribution and if @tails is two, TTEST " "uses the two-tailed distribution. @type determines the kind of the test:\n" "\n" "\t1 Paired test\n" "\t2 Two-sample equal variance\n" "\t3 Two-sample unequal variance\n" "\n" "* If the data sets contain a different number of data points and the test is " "paired (@type one), TTEST returns the #N/A error.\n" "* @tails and @type are truncated to integers.\n" "* If @tails is not one or two, TTEST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @type is any other than one, two, or three, TTEST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, " "and 42.7. Then\n" "TTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5,1,1) equals 0.003127619.\n" "TTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5,2,1) equals 0.006255239.\n" "TTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5,1,2) equals 0.111804322.\n" "TTEST(A1:A5,B1:B5,1,3) equals 0.113821797.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=FDIST,FINV" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3725 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FREQUENCY\n" "@SYNTAX=FREQUENCY(data_array,bins_array)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FREQUENCY function counts how often given values occur within a " "range of values. The results are given as an array.\n" "\n" "@data_array is a data array for which you want to count the frequencies. " "@bin_array is an array containing the intervals into which you want to group " "the values in data_array. If the @bin_array is empty, FREQUENCY returns the " "number of data points in @data_array.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:3800 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LINEST\n" "@SYNTAX=LINEST(known_y's[,known_x's[,const[,stat]]])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LINEST function calculates the ``least squares'' line that best " "fit to your data in @known_y's. @known_x's contains the corresponding x's " "where y=mx+b.\n" "\n" "LINEST returns an array having two columns and one row. The slope (m) of " "the regression line y=mx+b is given in the first column and the y-intercept " "(b) in the second.\n" "\n" "If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned. Extra " "statistical information is written bellow the regression line coefficients " "in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of " "data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m1, " "(m2, ...), b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and " "the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the F-" "observed value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the " "regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.\n" "\n" "* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used.\n" "If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LINEST " "returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i." "e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n" "* The default of @stat is FALSE.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LOGEST,TREND" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4073 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TREND\n" "@SYNTAX=TREND(known_y's[,known_x's],new_x's])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TREND function estimates future values of a given data set " "using the ``least squares'' line that best fit to your data. @known_y's is " "the y-values where y=mx+b and @known_x's contains the corresponding x-" "values. @new_x's contains the x-values for which you want to estimate the y-" "values.\n" "\n" "* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used.\n" "* If @new_x's is omitted, it is assumed to be the same as @known_x's.\n" "* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, TREND " "returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, " "and 42.7. Then\n" "TREND(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 156.52.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LINEST" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4186 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LOGEST\n" "@SYNTAX=LOGEST(known_y's[,known_x's,const,stat])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LOGEST function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit an " "exponential curve of the form\n" "\n" "\ty = b * m{1}^x{1} * m{2}^x{2}... to your data.\n" "\n" "If @stat is TRUE, extra statistical information will be returned. Extra " "statistical information is written bellow the regression line coefficients " "in the result array. Extra statistical information consists of four rows of " "data. In the first row the standard error values for the coefficients m1, " "(m2, ...), b are represented. The second row contains the square of R and " "the standard error for the y estimate. The third row contains the F-" "observed value and the degrees of freedom. The last row contains the " "regression sum of squares and the residual sum of squares.\n" "\n" "* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used. LOGEST returns " "an array { m{n},m{n-1}, ...,m{1},b }.\n" "* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, LOGEST " "returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through (0,1),i.e., b " "will be one. The default is TRUE.\n" "* The default of @stat is FALSE.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LOGEST,GROWTH,TREND" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4439 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=GROWTH\n" "@SYNTAX=GROWTH(known_y's[,known_x's,new_x's,const])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=GROWTH function applies the ``least squares'' method to fit an " "exponential curve to your data and predicts the exponential growth by using " "this curve. \n" "GROWTH returns an array having one column and a row for each data point in " "@new_x.\n" "\n" "* If @known_x's is omitted, an array {1, 2, 3, ...} is used.\n" "* If @new_x's is omitted, it is assumed to be the same as @known_x's.\n" "* If @known_y's and @known_x's have unequal number of data points, GROWTH " "returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @const is FALSE, the line will be forced to go through the origin, i." "e., b will be zero. The default is TRUE.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LOGEST,GROWTH,TREND" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4552 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FORECAST\n" "@SYNTAX=FORECAST(x,known_y's,known_x's)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FORECAST function estimates a future value according to " "existing values using simple linear regression. The estimated future value " "is a y-value for a given x-value (@x).\n" "\n" "* If @known_x or @known_y contains no data entries or different number of " "data entries, FORECAST returns #N/A error.\n" "* If the variance of the @known_x is zero, FORECAST returns #DIV/0 error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, " "and 42.7. Then\n" "FORECAST(7,A1:A5,B1:B5) equals -10.859397661.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=INTERCEPT,TREND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4623 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=INTERCEPT\n" "@SYNTAX=INTERCEPT(known_y's,known_x's)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=INTERCEPT function calculates the point where the linear " "regression line intersects the y-axis.\n" "\n" "* If @known_x or @known_y contains no data entries or different number of " "data entries, INTERCEPT returns #N/A error.\n" "* If the variance of the @known_x is zero, INTERCEPT returns #DIV/0 error.\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, " "and 42.7. Then\n" "INTERCEPT(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals -20.785117212.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=FORECAST,TREND" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4673 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SLOPE\n" "@SYNTAX=SLOPE(known_y's,known_x's)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SLOPE returns the slope of the linear regression line.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 11.4, 17.3, " "21.3, 25.9, and 40.1, and the cells B1, B2, ... B5 23.2, 25.8, 29.9, 33.5, " "and 42.7. Then\n" "SLOPE(A1:A5,B1:B5) equals 1.417959936.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=STDEV,STDEVPA" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4717 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SUBTOTAL\n" "@SYNTAX=SUMIF(function_nbr,ref1,ref2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SUBTOTAL function returns a subtotal of given list of " "arguments. @function_nbr is the number that specifies which function to use " "in calculating the subtotal.\n" "\n" "The following functions are available:\n" "\n" "\t1 AVERAGE\n" "\t2 COUNT\n" "\t3 COUNTA\n" "\t4 MAX\n" "\t5 MIN\n" "\t6 PRODUCT\n" "\t7 STDEV\n" "\t8 STDEVP\n" "\t9 SUM\n" "\t10 VAR\n" "\t11 VARP\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "Let us assume that the cells A1, A2, ..., A5 contain numbers 23, 27, 28, 33, " "and 39. Then\n" "SUBTOTAL(1,A1:A5) equals 30.\n" "SUBTOTAL(6,A1:A5) equals 22378356.\n" "SUBTOTAL(7,A1:A5) equals 6.164414003.\n" "SUBTOTAL(9,A1:A5) equals 150.\n" "SUBTOTAL(11,A1:A5) equals 30.4.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=COUNT,SUM" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4792 msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CRONBACH\n" "@SYNTAX=CRONBACH(ref1,ref2,...)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CRONBACH returns Cronbach's alpha for the given cases.\n" "@ref1 is a data set, @ref2 the second data set, etc..\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4922 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=GEOMDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=GEOMDIST(k,p,cum)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=GEOMDIST returns the probability p(k) of obtaining @k from a " "geometric distribution with probability parameter @p.\n" "\n" "* If @k < 0 GEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @p < 0 or @p > 1 GEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "* If @cum != TRUE and @cum != FALSE GEOMDIST returns #NUM! error.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "GEOMDIST(2,10.4,TRUE).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDGEOM" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4958 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LOGISTIC\n" "@SYNTAX=LOGISTIC(x,a)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LOGISTIC returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a " "logistic distribution with scale parameter @a.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LOGISTIC(0.4,1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDLOGISTIC" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:4991 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=PARETO\n" "@SYNTAX=PARETO(x,a,b)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=PARETO returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a Pareto " "distribution with exponent @a and scale @b.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "PARETO(0.6,1,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDPARETO" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5026 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RAYLEIGH\n" "@SYNTAX=RAYLEIGH(x,sigma)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RAYLEIGH returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a " "Rayleigh distribution with scale parameter @sigma.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RAYLEIGH(0.4,1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDRAYLEIGH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5063 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RAYLEIGHTAIL\n" "@SYNTAX=RAYLEIGHTAIL(x,a,sigma)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RAYLEIGHTAIL returns the probability density p(x) at @x for a " "Rayleigh tail distribution with scale parameter @sigma and lower limit @a.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RAYLEIGHTAIL(0.6,0.3,1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDRAYLEIGHTAIL" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5103 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=EXPPOWDIST\n" "@SYNTAX=EXPPOWDIST(x,a,b)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=EXPPOWDIST returns the probability density p(x) at @x for " "Exponential Power distribution with scale parameter @a and exponent @b.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "EXPPOWDIST(0.4,1,2).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDEXPPOW" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5130 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LAPLACE\n" "@SYNTAX=LAPLACE(x,a)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LAPLACE returns the probability density p(x) at @x for Laplace " "distribution with mean @a. \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LAPLACE(0.4,1).\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=RANDLAPLACE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5161 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5221 msgid "k,p" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5163 msgid "x,alpha,beta,a,b" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5165 msgid "p,alpha,beta,a,b" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5167 msgid "n,t,p,c" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5169 msgid "x,a,cum" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5171 msgid "x,dof" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5173 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5319 msgid "p,dof" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5175 msgid "act_range,theo_range" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5177 msgid "x,stddev,size" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5183 msgid "trials,p,alpha" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5185 msgid "ref,ref," msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5193 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5275 #, fuzzy msgid "x,a,b" msgstr "tab" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5197 msgid "x,mean,cumulative" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5199 msgid "x,y,cumulative" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5201 msgid "x,dof of num,dof of denom" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5203 msgid "p,dof of num,dof of denom" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5209 msgid "x,known y's,known x's" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5211 msgid "data_array,bins_array" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5213 msgid "arr1,arr2" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5217 msgid "number,alpha,beta,cum" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5219 msgid "number,alpha,beta" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5225 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5321 msgid "known_y's,known_x's,new_x's,const" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5229 msgid "x,n,M,N" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5237 msgid "x" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5239 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5249 msgid "x,a" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5243 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5245 msgid "known_y's,known_x's,const,stat" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5247 msgid "p,mean,stddev" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5251 msgid "x,meean,stdev" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5265 msgid "f,t,p" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5267 msgid "x,mean,stdev,cumulative" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5269 msgid "p,mean,stdev" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5277 #, fuzzy msgid "array,k" msgstr "Vettore" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5279 msgid "array,x,significance" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5283 msgid "x_range,prob_range,lower_limit,upper_limit" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5285 msgid "array,quart" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5289 msgid "x,sigma" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5291 msgid "x,a,sigma" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5299 plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5313 msgid "known_y's,known_x's" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5303 msgid "x,mean,stddev" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5315 msgid "function_nbr,ref,ref," msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5317 msgid "x,dof,tails" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5323 #, fuzzy msgid "ref,fraction" msgstr "Operazione" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5325 msgid "array1,array2,tails,type" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5335 msgid "x.alpha,beta,cumulative" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/functions.c:5337 msgid "ref,x" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-stat/plugin.xml.in.h:1 #, fuzzy msgid "Statistical Functions" msgstr "Metodi Statistici" #: plugins/fn-stat/plugin.xml.in.h:2 msgid "Statistics" msgstr "Statistiche" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:56 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CHAR\n" "@SYNTAX=CHAR(x)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CHAR returns the ASCII character represented by the number @x.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CHAR(65) equals A.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CODE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:82 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CODE\n" "@SYNTAX=CODE(char)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CODE returns the ASCII number for the character @char.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CODE(\"A\") equals 65.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CHAR" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:104 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=EXACT\n" "@SYNTAX=EXACT(string1, string2)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=EXACT returns true if @string1 is exactly equal to @string2 " "(this routine is case sensitive).\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "EXACT(\"key\",\"key\") equals TRUE.\n" "EXACT(\"key\",\"Key\") equals FALSE.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LEN, SEARCH, DELTA" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:129 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LEN\n" "@SYNTAX=LEN(string)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LEN returns the length in characters of the string @string.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "len(\"Helsinki\") equals 8.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CHAR, CODE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:151 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LEFT\n" "@SYNTAX=LEFT(text[,num_chars])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LEFT returns the leftmost @num_chars characters or the left " "character if @num_chars is not specified.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LEFT(\"Directory\",3) equals \"Dir\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MID, RIGHT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:187 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=LOWER\n" "@SYNTAX=LOWER(text)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=LOWER returns a lower-case version of the string in @text.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "LOWER(\"J. F. Kennedy\") equals \"j. f. kennedy\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=UPPER" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:209 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=MID\n" "@SYNTAX=MID(string, position, length)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=MID returns a substring from @string starting at @position for " "@length characters.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "MID(\"testing\",2,3) equals \"est\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LEFT, RIGHT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:254 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=RIGHT\n" "@SYNTAX=RIGHT(text[,num_chars])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=RIGHT returns the rightmost @num_chars characters or the right " "character if @num_chars is not specified.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "RIGHT(\"end\") equals \"d\".\n" "RIGHT(\"end\",2) equals \"nd\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MID, LEFT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:298 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=UPPER\n" "@SYNTAX=UPPER(text)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=UPPER returns a upper-case version of the string in @text.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "UPPER(\"canceled\") equals \"CANCELED\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LOWER" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:320 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CONCATENATE\n" "@SYNTAX=CONCATENATE(string1[,string2...])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CONCATENATE returns up appended strings.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CONCATENATE(\"aa\",\"bb\") equals \"aabb\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LEFT, MID, RIGHT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:344 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=REPT\n" "@SYNTAX=REPT(string,num)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=REPT returns @num repetitions of @string.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" " \n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "REPT(\".\",3) equals \"...\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CONCATENATE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:390 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=CLEAN\n" "@SYNTAX=CLEAN(string)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=CLEAN removes any non-printable characters from @string.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "CLEAN(\"one\"\\&char(7)) equals \"one\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:423 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FIND\n" "@SYNTAX=FIND(string1,string2[,start])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FIND returns position of @string1 in @string2 (case-sensitive), " "searching only from character @start onwards (assuming 1 if omitted).\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FIND(\"ac\",\"Jack\") equals 2.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=EXACT, LEN, MID, SEARCH" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:481 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=FIXED\n" "@SYNTAX=FIXED(num,[decimals, no_commas])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=FIXED returns @num as a formatted string with @decimals numbers " "after the decimal point, omitting commas if requested by @no_commas.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "FIXED(1234.567,2) equals \"1,234.57\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:549 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=PROPER\n" "@SYNTAX=PROPER(string)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=PROPER returns @string with initial of each word capitalised.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "PROPER(\"j. f. kennedy\") equals \"J. F. Kennedy\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=LOWER, UPPER" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:601 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=REPLACE\n" "@SYNTAX=REPLACE(old,start,num,new)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=REPLACE returns @old with @new replacing @num characters from " "@start.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "REPLACE(\"testing\",2,3,\"*****\") equals \"t*****ing\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=MID, SEARCH, SUBSTITUTE, TRIM" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:630 msgid "Arguments out of range" msgstr "" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:650 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=T\n" "@SYNTAX=T(value)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=T returns @value if and only if it is text, otherwise a blank " "string.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "T(\"text\") equals \"text\".\n" "T(64) returns an empty cell.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CELL, N, VALUE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:678 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TEXT\n" "@SYNTAX=TEXT(value,format_text)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TEXT returns @value as a string with the specified format.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TEXT(3.223,\"\$0.00\") equals \"\$3.22\".\n" "TEXT(date(1999,4,15),\"mmmm, dd, yy\") equals \"April, 15, 99\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DOLLAR" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:714 msgid "Type mismatch" msgstr "Differenza di tipo" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:726 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=TRIM\n" "@SYNTAX=TRIM(text)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=TRIM returns @text with only single spaces between words.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "TRIM(\" a bbb cc\") equals \"a bbb cc\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=CLEAN, MID, REPLACE, SUBSTITUTE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:778 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=VALUE\n" "@SYNTAX=VALUE(text)\n" "@DESCRIPTION=VALUE returns numeric value of @text.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "VALUE(\"\$1,000\") equals 1000.\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=DOLLAR, FIXED, TEXT" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:820 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=SUBSTITUTE\n" "@SYNTAX=SUBSTITUTE(text, old, new [,num])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=SUBSTITUTE replaces @old with @new in @text. Substitutions are " "only applied to instance @num of @old in @text, otherwise every one is " "changed.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "SUBSTITUTE(\"testing\",\"test\",\"wait\") equals \"waiting\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=REPLACE, TRIM" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, " "FLOOR" #: plugins/fn-string/functions.c:936 #, fuzzy msgid "" "@FUNCTION=DOLLAR\n" "@SYNTAX=DOLLAR(num[,decimals])\n" "@DESCRIPTION=DOLLAR returns @num formatted as currency.\n" "\n" "* This function is Excel compatible.\n" "\n" "@EXAMPLES=\n" "DOLLAR(12345) equals \"\$12,345.00\".\n" "\n" "@SEEALSO=FIXED, TEXT, VALUE" msgstr "" "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

Performing this function " "on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=OCT2HEX\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=OCT2HEX(number[,places])\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=OCT2HEX function converts an octal number to a hexadecimal " #~ "number. @places is an optional field, specifying to zero pad to that " #~ "number of spaces.\n" #~ "This function is Excel compatible. \n" #~ "If @places is too small or negative #NUM! error is returned.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "OCT2HEX(132) equals 5A.\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=HEX2OCT, OCT2BIN, OCT2DEC" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #~ msgid "effect - domain error" #~ msgstr "effetto - errore di dominio" #~ msgid "nominal - domain error" #~ msgstr "nominale - errore di dominio" #~ msgid "sln - domain error" #~ msgstr "sln - errore di dominio" #~ msgid "syd - domain error" #~ msgstr "syd - errore di dominio" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=CUMIPMT\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=CUMIPMT(rate,nper,pv,start_period,end_period,type)\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=CUMIPMT returns the cumulative interest paid on a loan " #~ "between @start_period and @end_period.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=CUMPRINC\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=CUMPRINC(rate,nper,pv,start_period,end_period,type)\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=CUMPRINC returns the cumulative principal paid on a loan " #~ "between @start_period and @end_period.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=MDURATION\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=MDURATION(settlement,maturity,coupon,yield,frequency[,basis])\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=MDURATION returns the Macauley duration for a security with " #~ "par value 100.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "You entered an invalid default column width value. It must be bigger " #~ "than 0" #~ msgstr "" #~ "Hai inserito una larghezza non valida per la colonna. Deve essere " #~ "maggiore di 0" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "You entered an invalid default row height value. It must be bigger than 0" #~ msgstr "" #~ "Hai inserito una lunghezza non valida per la riga. Deve essere maggiore " #~ "di 0" #~ msgid "Correct accidental use of _cAPS LOCK key" #~ msgstr "Correggi l'uso scorretto del tasto _cAPS LOCK" #~ msgid "Invalid xml clipboard data. Tree is empty ?" #~ msgstr "I dati xml della clipboard non sono validi. L'albero è vuoto?" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "LaTeX 2.09 (*.tex)" #~ msgstr "File in formato LaTeX2e (*.tex)" #~ msgid "Row %d" #~ msgstr "Riga %d" #~ msgid "SS" #~ msgstr "SS" #~ msgid "df" #~ msgstr "df" #~ msgid "MS" #~ msgstr "MS" #~ msgid "F crit" #~ msgstr "F crit" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "(1 - _Alpha) = " #~ msgstr "1 - _Alfa:" #~ msgid "" #~ "You should introduce a valid cell range in 'Value and probability input " #~ "Range:'" #~ msgstr "" #~ "Devi inserire un intervallo di celle valido in 'Valore e Probabilità " #~ "dell'Intervallo di Input:'" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "_Open" #~ msgstr "Apri" #~ msgid "Variable 1" #~ msgstr "Variabile 1" #~ msgid "X Variable %d" #~ msgstr "Variabile X %d" #~ msgid ">mm/dd/yyyy" #~ msgstr ">dd/mm/yyyy" #~ msgid ">hh:mm" #~ msgstr ">hh:mm" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "You should introduce a valid cell range in 'X Variables:'" #~ msgstr "Devi inserire un nome di cella valido in 'Variabile 1:'" #~ msgid "Given bin range contains non-numeric data." #~ msgstr "L'intervallo binario dato contiene dati non numerici." #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=PMT\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=PMT(rate,nper,pv[,fv,type])\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=FIXME: Below is a PV function description!PMT calculates the " #~ "present value of an investment.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=PPMT,PV,FV" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=ODDLPRICE\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=ODDLPRICE(settlement,maturity,last_interest,rate,yld,redemption," #~ "frequency[,basis])\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=ODDLPRICE FIXME.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #~ msgid "Invalid month or year" #~ msgstr "Mese o anno non validi" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=CELL\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=CELL(ref)\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=CELL returns information about the formatting, location, or " #~ "contents of a cell. \n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=INFO\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=INFO()\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=INFO returns information about the current operating " #~ "environment. This function is Excel compatible. \n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #~ msgid "_Filter..." #~ msgstr "_Filtra..." #~ msgid "1 - _Alpha:" #~ msgstr "1 - _Alfa:" #~ msgid "Grouped by:" #~ msgstr "Raggrupati per:" #~ msgid "N_ew sheet" #~ msgstr "N_uovo Foglio" #~ msgid "New _workbook" #~ msgstr "Nuova _Cartella di lavoro" #~ msgid "Numbe_r of samples:" #~ msgstr "Nume_ro di Campionature:" #~ msgid "Output options" #~ msgstr "Opzioni di output" #~ msgid "T-Test: Assuming Equal Variances" #~ msgstr "T-Test: Assumo Varianza Uguale" #~ msgid "T-Test: Assuming Unequal Variances" #~ msgstr "T-Test: Assumo Varianza Disuguale" #~ msgid "T-Test: Paired Two Sample for Means" #~ msgstr "t-Test: Doppia Campionatura pari per le Medie" #~ msgid "Va_riable 2 Range:" #~ msgstr "Intervallo della Va_riabile 2:" #~ msgid "_Chart Output" #~ msgstr "Output del _Grafico" #~ msgid "_Hypothesized Mean Difference:" #~ msgstr "Differenza Media _Ipotizzata:" #~ msgid "_Labels in First Row" #~ msgstr "_Etichetta nella prima riga" #~ msgid "_Number of variables:" #~ msgstr "_Numero di Variabili:" #~ msgid "_Output range:" #~ msgstr "Intervallo di _Output:" #~ msgid "_Rows per sample:" #~ msgstr "_Righe per campione:" #~ msgid "_Variable 1 Range:" #~ msgstr "Intervallo della _Variabile 1:" #~ msgid "_Exceptions..." #~ msgstr "_Eccezioni..." #~ msgid "" #~ "The constraints having cell ranges in LHS and RHS should have the same " #~ "number of columns and rows in both sides." #~ msgstr "" #~ "L'intervallo di celle che hanno dei vincoli a Destra deve contenere lo " #~ "stesso numero di righe e colonne dell'intervallo di Sinistra." #~ msgid "The cell range in LHS or RHS should have only one column or row." #~ msgstr "" #~ "L'intervallo a Sinistra o Destra deve contenere una sola colonna o riga." #~ msgid "You should introduce a valid cell names in 'By changing cells'" #~ msgstr "Devi inserire un nome di cella valido in 'Cambiando le celle'" #~ msgid " " #~ msgstr " " #~ msgid "Add " #~ msgstr "Aggiungi " # Che significa Constraint? #~ msgid "Add Constraint" #~ msgstr "Aggiungi un vincolo" #~ msgid "Change Constraint" #~ msgstr "Cambia vincolo" #~ msgid "Options..." #~ msgstr "Opzioni..." #~ msgid "_Keep Solver Solution" #~ msgstr "_Mantieni la soluzione del Risolutore" #~ msgid "_Restore Original Values" #~ msgstr "_Ripristina i Valori Originali" #~ msgid "Notebook" #~ msgstr "Appunti" #~ msgid "_Tabs" #~ msgstr "_Etichette" #~ msgid "Base error" #~ msgstr "Errore di base" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "_Freeze..." #~ msgstr "_Cancella..." #~ msgid "You should introduce a valid cell range in 'Input Range:'" #~ msgstr "" #~ "Devi inserire un intervallo di celle valido in 'Intervallo di Input:'" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "Customize header/footer" #~ msgstr "Configura _pie` pagina" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=AMORDEGRC\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=AMORDEGRC(cost,purchase_date,first_period,salvage,period,rate," #~ "basis)\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=Returns the depreciation for each accounting period.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=AMORLINC\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=AMORLINC(cost,purchase_date,first_period,salvage,period,rate," #~ "basis)\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=Returns the depreciation for each accounting period.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=COUPDAYBS\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=COUPDAYBS(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis])\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=Returns the number of days from the beginning of the coupon " #~ "period to the settlement date.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=COUPDAYS\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=COUPDAYS(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis])\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=Returns the number of days in the coupon period of the " #~ "settlement date.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=COUPDAYSNC\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=COUPDAYSNC(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis])\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=Returns the number of days from the settlement date to the " #~ "next coupon date.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.

ABS, FLOOR" #, fuzzy #~ msgid "" #~ "@FUNCTION=COUPPCD\n" #~ "@SYNTAX=COUPPCD(settlement,maturity,frequency[,basis])\n" #~ "@DESCRIPTION=Returns the coupon date preceeding settlement.\n" #~ "@EXAMPLES=\n" #~ "\n" #~ "@SEEALSO=" #~ msgstr "" #~ "CEILCEIL(b1)nThe CEIL " #~ "function rounds b1 up to the next nearestinteger.

Performing this " #~ "function on a string or empty cell simply does nothing.