electronic spreadsheet

electronic spreadsheet

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′spred‚shēt]
(computer science)
A type of computer software for performing mathematical computations on numbers arranged in rows and columns, in which the numbers can depend on the values in other rows and columns, allowing large numbers of calculations to be carried out simultaneously.
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There's a lot of folklore in the narratives around the birth of the electronic spreadsheet, much of it recirculated each year online on October 17.
Perhaps the earliest example is VisiCalc, an electronic spreadsheet that debuted in 1979; initially, it only ran on the Apple II and is credited with making the computer a commercial success.
As such, blockchain has not even improved upon the standard electronic spreadsheet, which was invented in 1979.
The documents include a checklist of the submission requirements for the NMP, relevant forms and the electronic spreadsheet template.
The readings from the SmartGuard can be viewed on the pupillometer or transferred to an electronic medical record (EMR) or electronic spreadsheet using the SmartGuard Reader by Omnikey.
Abramovich enhances the mathematical and technological preparations of school teachers using the electronic spreadsheet Excel integrated with Maple and Wolfram Alpha, digital tools that are capable of sophisticated symbolic computation that Excel is not.
Fifty percent of the respondents who enrolled at least some farms in ACRE used an electronic spreadsheet to analyze their decision, versus only 16% of those who enrolled no farms.
All around the world accountants, auditors and financial managers are in love with the electronic spreadsheet - it is the most commonly used piece of equipment in their inventory.
Temperatures were recorded at 30-minute intervals between 1 August 2004 and 31 July 2005, and stored in an electronic spreadsheet application.
About a month after bid opening, the agency asked the lowest three bidders to verify their bids, at which time Odyssey reported "'a dramatic posting error' in its bid tabulation sheet." (5) Apparently, Odyssey had "mistakenly recorded a $1,275,000 quote for structural steel from a subcontractor as $275,000 in its electronic spreadsheet." (6) To prove the mistake, Odyssey "furnished the subcontractor's proposal of $1,275,000, as well as printed copies of the original bid tabulation spreadsheet and the corrected spreadsheet." (7) The DOL then requested additional evidence in order to "establish[] the existence of the error, and the manner in which it occurred, and the bid actually intended." (8)
* VisiCalc, the first electronic spreadsheet software, is introduced.

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