Nov
13
awarded  Yearling
Jan
12
revised Odd behavior of forward slashes in helm-buffers-list patterns
No need to rehost the image, my website has HTTPS too
2018
Dec
4
comment Can I format cells in an org-mode table differently depending on a formula?
Updated the code with a newer version which fixes the name/data redundancy, clears old overlays, and registers itself as an org-ctrl-c-ctrl-c-hook so you don't have to put point on the code block to run it. It can also update all tables in the document courtesy of org-table-map-tables.
Dec
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revised Can I format cells in an org-mode table differently depending on a formula?
New code version
Dec
3
awarded  Excavator
Dec
2
comment Can I format cells in an org-mode table differently depending on a formula?
Thanks. This is pretty much a combination of your two answers. There is some redundancy as it both receives the table data from org-babel and searches for the table name declaration (so that it can add overlays etc.). From there, it maps row and column numbers from the received table data to org-table cell coordinates. cs/itpl does simple linear interpolation, and cs/gradient uses that to interpolate a color using a list of data points and color stops. From there, it just adds an overlay as in your answer. The example is a bit non-trivial as it consults data from elsewhere in the table.
Dec
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revised Can I format cells in an org-mode table differently depending on a formula?
indent code
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answered Can I format cells in an org-mode table differently depending on a formula?
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suggested approved edit on Can I format cells in an org-mode table differently depending on a formula?
Oct
8
awarded  Caucus
Jul
30
accepted Make org-mode table formulas use common arithmetic precedence
Jul
30
comment Make org-mode table formulas use common arithmetic precedence
Sorry, but I'm not convinced things are as you say. Calc is implemented in Emacs Lisp, right? So, at the very least, it should be possible to patch its code through advice or such. Its manual also speaks of support for multiple languages with different precedence rules, so perhaps this could be done as a file-local variable?
Jul
30
comment Make org-mode table formulas use common arithmetic precedence
Thanks for the explanation, but that doesn't answer the stated question as stated. The question is how to make org-mode use common arithmetic precedence. Simply trying to remember to use the correct syntax to avoid unexpected results any time one uses org-mode tables is not a workable solution.
Jul
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asked Make org-mode table formulas use common arithmetic precedence
Apr
12
comment How to move the point to next link?
Have you tried next-error?
Apr
11
accepted Stage changes in just the first line of hunk
Apr
10
asked Stage changes in just the first line of hunk
Mar
26
awarded  Yearling
Mar
20
answered How to feed range from org-table filled with strings to code-block via tblfm?
Mar
15
accepted Multi-line org mode formula definitions