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Not that I know of, but Org mode provides the ingredients to roll your own easily: (defun org-table-goto-beginning () (interactive) (goto-char (org-table-begin))) (defun org-table-goto-end () (interactive) (goto-char (org-table-end))) (define-key org-mode-map (kbd "C-c t b") #'org-table-goto-beginning) (define-key org-mode-map (kbd &...


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You could use the Orgtbl-Aggregate package available on Melpa The sums are in a separate table, easy to update #+name: mytable | a | b | c | |---+---+---| | 1 | 2 | i | | 3 | 4 | j | #+BEGIN: aggregate :table "mytable" :cols "vsum(a) vsum(b) vsum(a*b)" | vsum(a) | vsum(b) | vsum(a*b) | |---------+---------+-----------| | 4 | ...


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You can either use the calc syntax or the elisp syntax. | x | calc syntax | elisp syntax | |---+-------------+--------------| | 1 | 0 | 0.0000 | | 2 | 0.6931 | 0.6931 | #+TBLFM: $2=log($1);n4::$3='(log $1);N%.4f Notice that the output format of the calc syntax depends on the ~/.emacs.d/calc.el parameters. (plist-put org-calc-...


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The Org mode spreadsheet is not like Excel: you don't create formulas in one cell and then propagate them to other cells (well, you can - do C-h i g (org)Field and range formulas, but propagating them is basically a matter of cutting and pasting). You can instead use a #+TBLFM after the table to do all that: |------------+------------+------------+-----------...


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Well, actually =ln(1) works in org-table, I just tested it. I didn't know because I didn't find it in the documentation...


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The glyphs in your Bengali font are not the same width as the glyphs in the font you're using for everything else. In fact, your main font very likely doesn't have any Bengali glyphs in it at all, so Emacs is falling back to other fonts that you have installed on your system. With the glyph shaping that Bengali requires, it may not even be possible to have a ...


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