How to Use EQUS

Once installed, EQUS appears as a task panel (normally on the right of your spreadsheet) and tab. When you select a single cell in any spreadsheet you are working on, the panel will show a visualization of what is in the cell. When the cell contains a numeric formula EQUS comes into its own and visualizes the formula.

You can move and resize the EQUS task panel if you want. You can hide the panel by closing it, and it can be brought back by going to the EQUS ribbon tab and clicking on the “Visualize” button

EQUS does not attempt to visualize anything when ranges of cells are selected and when working with some of the less numeric Excel functions.

There are number of features of EQUS that can be configured to localize it to you needs. These include, whether is always starts with the window open, whether it attempts to visualize non-formula and many others. (See Configuration options).

The colors used by EQUS can changed to aid accessibility.

 

How to check an Excel equation with EQUS visualizer

With the EQUS task window open, select the cell with your equation in it and its visualization will be shown, as in this example:

PI equation in Excel - visualization in EQUS

With EQUS installed, Excel continues to operate as normal. EQUS will visualize the formulae (or value) of the currently selected cell in the EQUS task panel. When the formulae or function is one that EQUS cannot visualize, Excel continues to operate as normal.

See a list of functions supported.

 

How to check an equation in Excel

Check the Excel functions you are using are those you mean to by searching for information on each (or using the Excel help facility). With the EQUS task window open, select the cell with your equation in it and its visualization will be shown.

Elastic Radius formulae handling in Excel

 

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