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I am using dynamically generated table to create a tabulated to do list with various parameters using:
#+COLUMNS: %ITEM %SCHEDULED %DEADLINE
for more info see: Org-Agenda export to dynamic Org-Table
I'm using an org-mode file to do some filesystem monitoring. To that purpose I have a table in which I'm calling code blocks through org-sbe in the formulas. It looks like this:
I would like to reference a specific table entry, or have it's value insert inline in an Org document. My motivation is to avoid having to change the text in case I recompute values. Dummy example:
I have an org-mode file with a number of interrelated tables inside. A few of these tables need to be exported to LaTeX files for final formatting. The orgtbl-mode radio tables work very for tables ...
I would like to use source code blocks in org-mode table formulas using something similar to:
#+BEGIN_SRC python :var x=0
| 1 | 1 |
| 2 | 4 |
| 3 | 9 |
in calc mode, 'subst (2 * x, x, 5)' is evaluated to 10, but in an orgtbl table the formula is evaluated incompletely to '2 5'.
How to force evaluation into orgtbl-mode?
Here is my example:
When I make tables in org-mode, if the column value in the next row is longer, after pressing TAB, the new vertical alignment of "|" gets a bit distorted. This used to work fine before, it also works ...
I have an index of digital media (books, movies, etc.) containing name, author, year, pages, etc. which I maintain in an Org file as a table.
I preferred Org mode because I had a lot of stuff in my ...
Consider the following long org-mode table.
#+PLOT: title:"Bitcoin Return in 1,2, and 10 Years" ind:1 deps:(3 5 7) type:2d with:histograms set:"yrange [0:]" set:"style fill solid 1....
I have several items that I need to perform the same tasks on. To get an overview, I wanted to use a table, where the columns would show me how many are done, something like this:
I used to think that you can just type =13*57 into an org-mode table's cell, hit Tab or Ret, and have it enter the result for you. Today, I learned that this isn't true the hard way as I used this a ...
I came across a case where strike-through and table interfere with the proper operation of org-links (which, in my case are org-ref citations). Here is a minimal example:
I have one table (TBL1), I want to generate another table with unique items from TBL1.
Currently, I can do it with elisp as below but I think it's too complicate.
| Item | Amount |
I'm experimenting with sourcing data from org-mode into my shell scripts and I've run across a weirdness:
| 1 |
| 2 |
| 3 |
| 4 |
| 5 |
Is it possible to have several plots related to one Org table? I have noticed that
#+plot: ... file:"file1.png"
#+plot: ... file:"file2.png"
#+plot: ... file:"file3.png"
I run org-table-edit-formulas and make a change.
When I exit I want to automatically run org-table-iterate on the table that was modified. Is this possible?
I would also like to know how to call org-...
I've been using org-mode everyday at work for 3 years and recommend that everyone to do the same.
But today, I unintentionally triggered a column function which replaced the cell value with an elisp ...
I have a couple of tables in the following runnable, complete, self-contained example, and I can successfully "forward-reference" them by name in the text:
Table [[tab:line-word-byte-count]] tells us ...
I would like to calculate some fields from an org-table filled with strings.
There are many tables which all could share the same lisp-code.
The lisp-code is rather complex and ...
I'd like to create a summary table for tables of months (months are just one possible use of the summary table).
The months have some informations and a count column.
The summary count of every month ...
How can I get below result with org table formula? The number of rows maybe too many, so doing it line by line is not good way.
@1$2 = @1$1 - @1$1
@2$2 = @2$1 - @1$1
@3$2 = @3$1 - @2$1