FormulaCalculator
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Scientific and financial calculator.   Free
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FormulaCalculator falls into the category of Financial/Scientific/math calculators. It has many features, like a built in function library for calculation of trivial tasks that often need a complex formula. It has 48 such formula functions, and 74 unit converter functions that convert between different units, such as weight, length, volume and temperature. Another feature of Formula Calculator is that formulas used from the function library are automatically documented in the log window. This is necessary if you write a report, and need to document how the results were obtained.


What's New
Version 1.1.3:
  • Minor update: Fixed so that the app remember its window position between launches.
  • Added a link to the documentation wiki on the help menu.
Requirements
Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later



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Ean reviewed on 20 Dec 2012
I like it. It's not really populated with a lot of constants, but they are totally editable. There is also a really nifty way to create ad hoc variables. Much faster than KoalaCalc doing both calculations and simply operating the GUI. I can't figure out if there is a way to get FormulaCalculator to remember it's window position between launches. I needs to be able to do this.
[Version 1.1.2]

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Humlegaarden AS (developer) replied on 21 Dec 2012
Thank you very much. I have made a minor release update to handle the windows position remembering. Use the "Home of FormulaCalculator" on the help menu and download Ver. 1.1.3 :-) - I will put it up here too.
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Madmacmad reviewed on 12 Dec 2012
Wow awesome Calc'
& it's free!!!!
Hey i like the possibility to store my Constants!!!
Super COOL Awesome Calculator for beginners & pro's
Thank you for make it free!!!
Great Work!
Highly Recommend for all Students & Docents and all other who do Math...
P.S. Bring it also to the APP Store would be great!
[Version 1.1.2]

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Humlegaarden AS (developer) replied on 15 Dec 2012
Thank you very much for the review. If you put a vote on it too, it might help spread the word.
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Downloads:882
Version Downloads:575
Type:Utilities : Desktop
License:Free
Date:21 Dec 2012
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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FormulaCalculator falls into the category of Financial/Scientific/math calculators. It has many features, like a built in function library for calculation of trivial tasks that often need a complex formula. It has 48 such formula functions, and 74 unit converter functions that convert between different units, such as weight, length, volume and temperature. Another feature of Formula Calculator is that formulas used from the function library are automatically documented in the log window. This is necessary if you write a report, and need to document how the results were obtained.

 Other features are variables, and constants that can be edited in the preferences. Such constants are automatically saved in a store-file, so you have them available in later calculations.



The idea was to create a calculator with a familiar user-interface that looks like an ordinary calculator, but then have advanced functions for those who need more. I have included a formula library, where a lot of standard formulas are defined as functions that are easy to use, and give the expected result. To make the functions easier to use, I have made a "request parameter model" that asks for the parameters in plain English. Thus, the user does not need to remember the details, or look up details elsewhere.



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