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breichhorn
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I am interested in the full list of statistical functions provided in the full release.

However, please consider posting a PDF or HTML of the User Guide so that we can scroll through it while on your web site and have access to all provided functions as well as all other documentation.

..... Brad

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You probably missed the link to it on the main application page (it's not very obvious), but the full application manual is available online here.

It currently doesn't have a list of the equations in the database, so the few statistics equations I have built in are as follows:

Anonymous

If you are open to additional ideas for statistical formulas, how about...

sum of squares
covariance
(both of which would be great if one could keep track of variables and their associated raw data. Still usable without it, though.)

bayes theorem

I teach Psych research methods and stats, and I'd love to be able to recommend this app to my students.

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Anonymous wrote:
If you are open to additional ideas for statistical formulas, how about...

sum of squares
covariance
(both of which would be great if one could keep track of variables and their associated raw data. Still usable without it, though.)

bayes theorem

Those are good suggestions. I'll try to incorporate them in the application.

The only concern I would have is that because I don't have a summation operator in there right now, things like the sum of squares might be difficult to make practical. I'll see what I can do.

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Brad Larson wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
If you are open to additional ideas for statistical formulas, how about...

sum of squares
covariance
(both of which would be great if one could keep track of variables and their associated raw data. Still usable without it, though.)

bayes theorem

Those are good suggestions. I'll try to incorporate them in the application.

The only concern I would have is that because I don't have a summation operator in there right now, things like the sum of squares might be difficult to make practical. I'll see what I can do.

Any hope of summations or products?

Molecules is great, but this...awesome. Are there any plans to allow for submission to an equation database? I'm in biophysics, and it'd be useful to be able to share equations that aren't currently in the database.

Amazing work. Even without All of the features people like me are nagging for, this is a robust, gorgeous app. Kudos.

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I'm glad you like it. Comments like yours really help keep me motivated to work on stuff like this. That, and I just find it to be fun.

Yes, products and summations are on my near-term list of features to add. I've fallen a little behind lately because the performance optimizations I've been making to the core engine have taken a lot longer than I planned. I also felt bad that I hadn't updated Molecules in a while, so I had to show it some love. However, I have a lot planned for the application in the next few months.

Others have suggested a central equation sharing site, but I've yet to figure out how to implement that well. I'm not a web guy (as shown by the simplicity of this site), so I need to do a lot more research in that direction. It does make sense, though, given how a site like Graffletopia enhances the functionality of the application OmniGraffle.

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