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Few days ago, I saw a beautiful homemade science experiment on Sand Pendulums on Bruce Yeany‘s YouTube channel. Go ahead and check it out. It is a cool project to do with your kids.
I will try this experiment with kids during school term holidays around Easter. But first, I wanted to try the simulation in Excel.
Simulating sand pendulum pattern in Excel
Take a look at the final simulation above. This is what we will create in Excel.Continue »
Yesterday I saw a tweet from @JanWillemTulp with random snow flake generator.
That got me thinking…? Why can’t we make a snow flake pattern in Excel?
This is what I came up with.
Read on to know more about this snow flake and download the example workbook.Continue »
Today’s homework is inspired from an email I got from Simran, I have a mathematical problem, I do not know if it can be solved using excel. So, the question is what is the probability of selecting a mutant cell if the percentage of mutant in the whole population is 0.01 and each cell is […]Continue »
Over the weekend I got thinking about the various ways in which PHD can help you and I wonder if PHD should have forums. For one, forums are a great way to discuss ideas, find answers and develop community feeling. But at the same time, there are tons of very good excel forums that having another one may not really help. Currently I am leaning towards starting a forum to see how it goes. What do you think I should do ?Continue »