X-Gnumeric 1.12.17 [rev10]
Keep track of information in lists, organize numeric values in columns and rows
X-Gnumeric can help you keep track of information in lists, organize numeric values in columns and rows, perform and update complex calculations by defining each step of the calculation and modifying particular steps subsequently.
Create and display or print graphical plots of data using bar plots, line graphs, pie charts or radar charts, implement complex optimization modeling or perform many other tasks involving numbers, dates, times, names or other data.
- Adjustable Sheet Size:
- Sheets are no longer restricted to 256 columns of 65536 rows.
- Improved OpenDocument Format Import and Export:
- Basic import and export support for the OpenDocument Format ("OOXML") format was added, focussing on standard spreadsheet content and charts. Gnumeric also supports nearly all functions in the large group of functions in the current OpenFormula Draft.
- New and Improved Graphs:
- New plot types for surfaces and probability plots have been added. Moreover, when an axis is a date or time axis, reasonable places for tick marks will now be picked. Trend lines have also been improved
- Faster Evaluation:
- Evaluation of some fairly common sheets with large numbers of calls to HLOOKUP, or similar functions, over the same database have been improved from “rather slow” to “instant”. Similar improvements have been implemented for farms of RANK or PERCENTILE calls.
- Reduced Memory Usage:
- The memory usage for large sheets has been decreased significantly.
- Added Statistical Analysis Tools:
- The statistical analysis tools have been improved and there are quite a few new ones, for example Kaplan Meier Estimates, Normality Tests, Principal Component Analysis, Sign Tests, improved Exponential Smoothing, etc.
- Improved Sheet Objects:
- Support for sheet objects (lines, arrows, widgets, …) has been improved.
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What's New in version 1.10.16 [rev8]
- Deleting code to remove extra languages (too risky if the variable%% LANG is not set)