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    Brett Ables commented  · 

    More advanced Interpolation, integration, regression, filtering.... take a look at Python's scipy or Matlab's capabilities...

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  2. 25 votes

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    Brett Ables commented  · 

    Array functions are a nice substitute, but I agree there should be more like this... I think MinIf was another I wished existed.

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    Hi all – thanks for your support for this suggestion.

    Improving data validation drop down lists by adding autocomplete is a great idea, as well as supporting structured table references in the data validation Source range.

    Steve – Microsoft Excel

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    Brett Ables commented  · 

    Also list should accept literal arrays like {1,4,5} which can include references, and should also work for references like A1,B5,C12 instead of always having to create a sequence of options on a spreadsheet somewhere and then reference that.

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    Brett Ables commented  · 

    Sounds like Product(1+A1:A5)-1 would do it... That's an array formula so it must be entered with Ctrl+Shift+Enter.

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    Brett Ables commented  · 

    I primarily work in scatter plots and often use colors and line styles to group data that meets different criteria or falls in different categories. I wish pivot tables could do this automatically, but I never want to aggregate my data... If I want to summarize, I do so with regressions that convey the relationships, not by summing or counting, and Pivot Charts are still useless for a lot of engineering and scientific data visualization.

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  12. 168 votes

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    This is a great suggestion, but we’re marking it “Not at this time”, because there are many dialogs in Excel and we don’t have a plan to address all of them at one time. If there are specific dialogs you want improved, please vote for specific suggestions about those, or leave comments here. We’ll keep tracking the votes on this one.

    There is some good news. We’re working on making the Conditional Formatting dialogs resizable in Excel for Windows.

    Here’s more about that –
    https://excel.uservoice.com/forums/304921/suggestions/16092793

    Steve [Microsoft Excel]

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    1 comment  ·  Excel for the web  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Brett Ables commented  · 

    In most browsers F11 is full screen.

  14. 9 votes

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    Brett Ables commented  · 

    Tables don't require the use of column formulas, so they can easily include deep cell dependency trees... but for tables that do use column formulas, this would be a huge boost.

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    Thanks for all your support of this request. We are taking a close look at this along with the related requests about maintaining leading zeros when entering values in cells, and to stop changing values to scientific notation.

    We know these are important issues, so thanks for all the comments and votes.

    Steve [Microsoft Excel]

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  16. 14 votes

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    Thanks for logging this, Lyubomir. How do you do these today? Is deeper integration with R potentially useful for such scenarios, at least for the analysis?

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    Brett Ables commented  · 

    This would also help shorten the formula for dynamic hyperlinks to other cells in the same workbook using the hyperlink() function... though really the hyperlink function should just have optional sheet and range fields instead of needing the entire filepath to link to 10 cells down.

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