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plugin:tablecalc

Compatible with DokuWiki

- 2020-07-29 "Hogfather"
**yes** - 2018-04-22 "Greebo"
**yes** - 2017-02-19 "Frusterick Manners"
**yes** - 2016-06-26 "Elenor Of Tsort"
**yes**

- Last updated on
- 2020-08-27
- Provides
- Syntax

Similar to tablemath

Tagged with calculation, math, tables

Sometimes one may need to do simple calculations in DokuWiki table. The idea was taken from Tablemath Plugin, but conception changed a little bit. With the help of this plugin you would be able to insert Excel styles formulas into the table

Search and install the plugin using the Extension Manager. Refer to Plugins on how to install plugins manually.

To perform a calculation you need to insert XL-style formula into work sheet. Any expression must be started with `~~=`

and finished by `~~`

. You can use direct range specification for functions (like XL does) or a special `range()`

function. The range consists of a reference to the start cell and to the finish cell, like this:

r0c4

Please note, that row (`r`

) and column (`c`

) index starts from **zero** (`0`

).

0 | 1 | 2 | |
---|---|---|---|

0 | r0c0 | r0c1 | r0c2 |

1 | r1c0 | r1c1 | r1c2 |

2 | r2c0 | r2c1 | r2c2 |

Row and column prefixes can be swapped. The following is equal of the above:

c4r0

You can also reference to multiple cells in one range:

|r0c0:r1c1||

Furthermore you can use multiple ranges:

r0c0:r1c1,r0c3:r1c4

There is a recommendation not to use references for non-existing cells. For example, this is not correct (though it will work, returning “3”):

| 1 | | 2 | | ~~=sum(r0c0:r99c99)~~ |

Instead use constructions like this:

| 1 | | 2 | | ~~=sum(range(0,0,col(),row()-1))~~ |

The following functions are implemented:

Func | Description |
---|---|

average(range) | Returns average of the specified range |

cell(column,row) | Returns numeric value of (column,row) cell |

check(condition;true;false) | Executes `true` statement, if `condition` is not zero |

col() | Returns current column |

compare(a;b;operation) | Do math compare for `a` and `b` . Returns zero when conditions for the `operation` are not met |

count(range) | Returns number of elements in the specified range |

countif(range;b;operation) | Count values in `range` . Counts only such values from `range` which meets comparation with `b` . The comparation type is specified in `operation` |

label(string) | Binds label to the table |

max(range) | Returns minimum value within specified range |

min(range) | Returns minimum value within specified range |

range(column1,row1,column2,row2) | Returns internal range for other functions |

round(number;decimals) | Returns number, rounded to specified decimals |

row() | Returns current row |

sum(range) | Returns sum of the specified range |

calc() | Depreciated. Not needed anymore |

Though you can use colon as delimiter in functions semi-colon is preferred and recommended.

Most of the standard Javascript arithmetic operators are supported but some ^{1)} conflict with the table markup so the following operators are available:

Operator | Description |
---|---|

+ | Addition and unary plus |

- | Subtraction and unary negative |

* | Multiplication |

/ | Division |

% | Modulus (division remainder) |

& | Logical AND |

<< | Shift left |

>> | Shift right |

| 1 | 2 | ~~=r0c0+r0c1~~ | ~~=10.2+1.5~~ |

1 | 2 | 3 | 11.7 |

| 1 | 2 | | 3 | 4 | | ~~=sum(r0c0:r1c1)~~ ||

1 | 2 |

3 | 4 |

10 |

| 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | | **~~=sum(r0c0:r1c1,r0c3:r1c4)~~** ||||

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |

5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |

26 |

|1| |2| |3| |4| |5.74| |6| |7| |8| |9| |10| |11| |~~=sum(range(col(),0,col(),row()-1))~~|

1 |

2 |

3 |

4 |

5.74 |

6 |

7 |

8 |

9 |

10 |

11 |

65.74 |

~~=sum(range(col(),0,col(),row()-1))~~ |

|1| |2| |3| |4| |5| |6| |7| |8| |9| |11| |~~=average(range(col(),0,col(),row()-1))~~|

1 |

2 |

3 |

4 |

5 |

6 |

7 |

8 |

9 |

11 |

5.5 |

| ~~=label(ex6_1)~~1 | 2 | | 3 | 4 | Sum: **~~=sum(ex6_1.c0r0:c99r99)~~**

1 | 2 |

3 | 4 |

Sum: **10**

| **~~=label(ex7_1)~~11** | ~~=sum(ex7_2.c0r0:c99r99)~~ | | 13 | 14 | | ~~=label(ex7_2)~~1 | 2 | | 3 | 4 | Sum: **~~=sum(ex7_1.c0r0:c1r1)~~**

11 | 10 |

13 | 14 |

1 | 2 |

3 | 4 |

Sum: **48**

| **~~=min(c0r1:c0r3)~~** | **~~=max(c1r1:c1r3)~~** | | 1 | 7 | | 2 | 8 | | 3 | 9 |

1 | 9 |

1 | 7 |

2 | 8 |

3 | 9 |

| 1 | ~~=check(cell(0,row()),#True,#False)~~ | | 0 | ~~=check(cell(0,row()),#True,#False)~~ | | x | ~~=check(cell(0,row()),#True,#False)~~ | | | ~~=check(cell(0,row()),#True,#False)~~ | | **** | ~~=check(cell(0,row()),#True,#False)~~ |

1 | True |

0 | False |

x | False |

False | |

False |

| 1 | 2 | 1=2 | ~~=check(compare(cell(0,row()),cell(1,row()),#=),#True,#False)~~ | | 3 | 3 | 3=3 | ~~=check(compare(cell(0,row()),cell(1,row()),#=),#True,#False)~~ | | 4 | 5 | 4<5 | ~~=check(compare(cell(0,row()),cell(1,row()),#<),#True,#False)~~ | | 6 | 7 | 6>7 | ~~=check(compare(cell(0,row()),cell(1,row()),#>),#True,#False)~~ | | 8 | 9 | 8>9 | ~~=check(compare(cell(0,row()),cell(1,row()),#>),#True,#False)~~ | | 10 | 10 | 10≥10 | ~~=check(compare(cell(0,row()),cell(1,row()),#>=),#True,#False)~~ | | 11 | 11 | 11≤11 | ~~=check(compare(cell(0,row()),cell(1,row()),#>=),#True,#False)~~ | | 12 | 12 | 12≠12 | ~~=check(compare(cell(0,row()),cell(1,row()),#!=),#True,#False)~~ |

1 | 2 | 1=2 | False |

3 | 3 | 3=3 | True |

4 | 5 | 4<5 | True |

6 | 7 | 6>7 | False |

8 | 9 | 8>9 | False |

10 | 10 | 10≥10 | True |

11 | 11 | 11≤11 | True |

12 | 12 | 12≠12 | False |

Operator | Equation | Result |
---|---|---|

+ | ~~= 3 + 2 ~~ | 5 |

- | ~~= 3 - 2 ~~ | 1 |

* | ~~= 3 * 2 ~~ | 6 |

/ | ~~= 6 / 2 ~~ | 3 |

% | ~~= 7 % 2 ~~ | 1 |

unary + | ~~= +2 ~~ | 2 |

unary - | ~~= -2 ~~ | -2 |

& | ~~= 3 & 2 ~~ | 2 |

<< | ~~= 2 << 7 ~~ | 256 |

>> | ~~= 8 >> 2 ~~ | 2 |

|~~=r0c1+5~~|6|

11 | 6 |

| ~~=label(ex13_1)~~apples | 32 | | oranges | 54 | | peaches | 75 | | apples | 86 | Apples: ~~=countif(ex13_1.r0c0:r9c0,#apples,#=)~~

apples | 32 |

oranges | 54 |

peaches | 75 |

apples | 86 |

Apples: 2

*26.08.2020*

- Fixed Hogfather compatibility issues

*11.04.2018*

- Fixed php-7 compatibility issues
- Added plugin.info.txt
- Fixed cross references between tables

*05.07.2017*

- Fixed range() function

*09.02.2017*

- Added countif() function

*31.01.2017*

- Fixed min(),max(),round() functions as suggested
- Plugin execution code was significantly revisioned and corrected

*14.04.2010*

- Added labels and cross-table references
- Added cross-table resolver and forward calculations
- Added min(),max() and average() functions
- Added ability to use semi-colon as a function parameters separator
- Added compare functions
- Added string escaping (#)
- Fixed javascript/CPU float point calculation bug
- Fixed invalid HTML ID's usage

*07.09.2009*

- Initial release

`col()`

returns wrong number if the preceeding cells in the same row use colswap, eg:

| A | B | ~~=col()~~ | | C || ~~=col()~~ |

gives:

A | B | 2 |

C | 1 |

— *Michał Sacharewicz 2012/01/11*

Is it possible to make math calculations (like multiplication)… So that to add the VAT to the price for example. ~~=multiply(cell(row(),col()-1), 1.25)~~ for or sthg similiar… Vandra Ákos 08/31/2011

very nice indeed, I need to borrow your syntax a bit, so I don't need to use ~~tm: James Lin08/09/2009

Some coding advice: You're working with a blacklist to avoid script inclusion, a whitelist might be more secure. You're using the output of rand() as a HTML ID. Numbers alone are not allowed as IDs in XHTML, you should prefix them with your plugin name. Also have a look at using_ids —Andreas Gohr 2009/09/09 15:42

The plugin definitely needs max/min and conditional functions and/or :)

Fixed all of the above —Gryaznov Sergey 2010/04/14

Can you add support for comma as decimal separator? *madenate 2010/06/25*

I would appreciate this, too. (Nice work, though!) —Christian 2010/09/29

Also, it would be nice if the `round()`

function could use the exact number of specified decimal places, even if these would be zero. See the following image as a sample why it would probably look better:

— *Christian 2010/09/29*

There's problem when preceeding column to calculation contains markup, it goes bezerk:^ Date ^ Description ^ Hours (Decimal) ^ | 2008-08-29 | xx | 6.5 | | 2008-08-30 | xxx | 1.5 | | 2008-09-03 | xxxx | -4.00 | | 2008-09-03 | [[:config]] yea | -4.00 | ^ ^ ^ ~~=sum(range(1,0,col(),row()-1))~~ ^

Workaround is to avoid any markup in preceeding columns, i.e in this sample swap `Description`

and `Hours`

columns

— glen *2010/12/08 14:04*

I'd appreciate sqrt() function. Great job! Thanks, Robert

— anonymous *2017/07/25 22:55*

I found a way how to get better result from **round()**. Now **round()** return as many decimal digits, as many you require.

Examples:

round(1,1) return 1.0

round(1,2) return 1.00

round(1,5) return 1.00000

This is a new code in **script.js**:

function round(num,digits) { var d=1; for (var i=0;i<digits;i++) { d*=10; } var n=Math.round(num*d)/d; return n.toFixed(digits); }

— fidokomik *2013/07/17*

I found a bug in **max()** and **min()** functions. Javascript is “loosely typed” language so if you really need a number then you must retype a variable. Pretty old trick is to multiply text variable by 1.

Examples:

a=“10.123” - variable `a` is a text variable

a=1 * “10.123” - variable `a` is a numeric variable

This is a new code in **script.js**:

function min(a) { var s=1*a[0]; for (var i=1;i<a.length;i++) { if (1*a[i]<s) { s=1*a[i]; } } return s; } function max(a) { var s=1*a[0]; for (var i=1;i<a.length;i++) { if (1*a[i]>s) { s=1*a[i]; } } return s; }

You can find the fork of tablecalc plugin at “Pirate Party CZ” GitHub repository too.

https://github.com/pirati-cz/tablecalc

— fidokomik *2013/07/17*

When using + to reference a cell the + doesn't work.

~~=cell(col(),row()+1)~~

Will give nothing back, but using a - will work

~~=cell(col(),row()-1)~~

— SH *2019/07/08 *

None of the formulas outputs results for me (on Anteater). Any known conflicts with other plug-ins?
— mubed *2012/05/30 14:28*

The plugin works beautifully for me on Detritus with loads of plugins installed. — KaiMartin2015-09-02 19:54

If you have a formula and giving a cell which is on the same row but in a cell to the right of the cell where you have the formula, the value of that cell might not be accessible by the plugin and the formula might return nothing or incorrect results.

The extra condition for that to happen is, that you have no rows after that particular row containing a formula.

In other words: If you access in a formula a cell right of the formula and don't have a row after that current row containing a formula, you will run into this issue.

If you have:

|~~=r0c1+5~~|6|

You expect 11, but will receive a empty cell.

Because you are accessing a cell in the formula which follows after the one containing the formula and there is no row following up containing a formula

If you change it to:

|~~=r0c1+5~~|6| |~~=1+1~~|6|

You will receive 11 and 2.

Because after the line there is one more line containing a formula it works

If you do it like this:

|6|~~=r0c0+5~~|

This will work, you receive 11.

Reason: The cell you are accessing within the formula is before the cell which contains the formula.

Fixed all of the above

— *Gryaznov Sergey 2017/01/31*

Warning: Declaration of syntax_plugin_tablecalc::handle($match, $state, $pos, &$handler) should be compatible with DokuWiki_Syntax_Plugin::handle($match, $state, $pos, Doku_Handler $handler) in ./lib/plugins/tablecalc/syntax.php on line 0 Warning: Declaration of syntax_plugin_tablecalc::render($format, &$renderer, $data) should be compatible with DokuWiki_Syntax_Plugin::render($format, Doku_Renderer $renderer, $data) in ./lib/plugins/tablecalc/syntax.php on line 0

Change line 41 of `./lib/plugins/tablecalc/syntax.php`

from

function handle($match, $state, $pos, &$handler) {

to

function handle($match, $state, $pos, Doku_Handler $handler) {

Change line 72 of `./lib/plugins/tablecalc/syntax.php`

from

function render($mode, &$renderer, $data) {

to

function render($mode, Doku_Renderer $renderer, $data) {

via bug report at https://github.com/cosmocode/dokuwiki-plugin-note/issues/1

— mopani *2017-03-27 18:20*

The plugin don't work without the file **plugin.info.txt**. Here is the content of this file :

base tablecalc author Sergey Gryaznov email stalker@narezka.org <> date 2017-02-09 name TableCalc Plugin desc Table Calculation url https://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:tablecalc

— sphaira *31/08/2017 12:10:29*

In the third table table, the sum() formula includes a literal number and references to two previous tables. When the reference is to a literal number (from table f1), it is accounted for; when the reference is from a formula (from table f2), it is ignored.

===== Bug ===== ^ ~~=label(f1)~~ table f1^^ ^ 1000 ^ this is a literal number | | 800.00 | | -160.00 | ^ ~~=label(f2)~~ table f2^^ ^ ~~=sum(range(col(),2,col(),3),2)~~ ^ this is a formula ^ | 16665.00 | | 4315.88 | ^ sum() bug ^ | ~~=f1.c0r1~~ | this reference to table f1 is accounted for | | 10.00 | | ~~=f2.c0r1~~ | this reference to table f2 is ignored | ^ ~~=round(sum(range(col(),0,col(),row()-1)),2)~~ ^ the sum ignores reference to formula |

— pot *2018-04-03 01:34*

Fixed all of the above

— *Gryaznov Sergey 2018/04/11*

Unfortunately the new version loops on my page, which is more complex than the example I give above. I can send it to you privately for debugging, but I do not want to publish it here because it contains private data. — pot *2018-06-02 14:16*

I've seen that the request for comma as a decimal separator is further above, somewhere after that comes a “fixed all of the above”. Looks like this isn't part of this, is it?

Also, what about delimiters in general? Large numbers like 1000000 are easily readable as 1.000.000,00 (or 1,000,000.00 for that matter). But the plugin doesn't really seem a) calculating those values correctly or b) giving a similar output, meaning that the output of 500,000.50+500,000.40 would be 1,000,000.90 instead of 1000000.90. Is there a way to achieve this? Or a possibility to get this supported? :)

— benas *2020-09-30 17:45*

The conflicting operators are: ^ | ~

plugin/tablecalc.txt · Last modified: 2021-02-13 09:10 by Aleksandr

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