On 22/12/2020 19:23, James wrote:
On 2020-11-24 9:45 a.m., PaddleS wrote:
Something new an that would be really great is to add implementation
for and potentially more) dimensional spreadsheets.
What it would look like :
Basically the same as a 2D spreadsheet. But by holding Alt+scrolling with
the mouse, you could change the third dimension, showing the 2D spreadsheet of that third index...
Give an example of what it could be used for.
x-axis is time;
y-axis is factory;
z-axis is specific-product;
w-axis is cost-to-manufacture/wholesale price/distributor price/MSRP;
I've seen, and used spreadsheets with 4+ dimensions. By every measurable
metric, they were were a disaster to work with. Much simpler and easier
to use an appropriate designed database, with SQL to extract the
appropriate data, and R to analyze that data.
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