[Haskell-cafe] Announce: lhae

Pierre-Etienne Meunier pierreetienne.meunier at gmail.com
Fri Sep 3 10:28:21 EDT 2010

Seems cool, but I do not really get it : why write it in haskell ? I thought at first that your "formula language" was haskell, but it looks more like a php derivative.

Does it do more than the spreadsheet thing in openoffice ?

Also, maybe you could do the same with gnuplot, it would be really cool to be able to use a friendlier language for defining functions other than polynomials or the few standard floating point functions.

Good luck,

El 03/09/2010, a las 10:10, abau escribió:

> lhae is a spreadsheet program. It features a simple formula language and
> some basic statistical methods, like descriptive statistics and pivot
> tables. 
> Other features:
> - Import from csv files
> - Export to image files
> - Export to gnuplot diagrams (currently bar charts and box plots)
> - Multilingual (english, german)
> Here [1] is some documentation about how to build lhae and how to use the
> formula language.
> Regards,
> Alex
> [1] http://www.imn.htwk-leipzig.de/~abau/lhae/
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