Re: "Fill down" and numeric integration

Thanks, but there doesn't seem to be an option to fill in the same
fashion I'm talking about.  I have formulas with sometimes multiple
cell references, and dragging the bottom corner fills them alright,
but the "Edit:Fill:Series" menu only provides options for incremental
fill.  Am I just missing options?  I thought I tried everything.  It
seems that the "Enter into cells:" option might have something useful
in it, but it currently says "Values" and is greyed out so I can't
change the option, and I can't figure out how to enable that menu.

BTW, you're right, it's simple enough to do numeric integration on my own.


On 2/13/07, Jean Bréfort <jean brefort normalesup org> wrote:
Le lundi 12 février 2007 à 10:24 -0800, keflavich a écrit :
> I have two mostly separate questions that google and many forum searches were
> unable to provide the answer for.
> First, is there any equivalent to the XL "fill down" and "fill right"
> commands in Gnumeric?  I know you can drag the lower right corner of a box
> to fill, but that's a huge pain when I'm working with thousands of cells,
> most of which are off screen.  Dragging a selection box has also had
> unpredictable effects at times (e.g. scrolling 4000 cells then stopping).

you have a menu for that: Edit/Fill/Series

> Second, is there any way to do numeric integration in Gnumeric?  Are there
> any plugins to do integrals?  I'm guessing not, since I couldn't find any,
> but maybe I don't know where to look.

Not that I know, but it should be easy to add one (or several). Anyway,
you should be able to do that with the existing functions.


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