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swawa Posted - 11/27/2023 : 03:32:31 AM
I'am sure it is described somewhere but neither in the handbook nor in the forum I found what I am looking for:

I have a table with some data in it and I created a new column into which I want the results of a calculation. Into the formula row of the table I enter my formula which is part of the Haversine
a = sin²(Δφ/2) + cos φ1 ⋅ cos φ2 ⋅ sin²(Δλ/2)
sin² and sin^2 is not accepted as formula part in Origin. How do I tell it that it should use sin squared for the calculation?

My Origin version is 2019b.
thanks of any hint where to read how it works!

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swawa Posted - 11/27/2023 : 05:47:04 AM
math can be so wonderfully simple ... my brain makes it complicated ;-)
thank you!

Originally posted by aplotnikov


aplotnikov Posted - 11/27/2023 : 04:04:28 AM

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