Over 50 new functions added to the BaseCase Editor

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We’ve just added more than fifty new functions to the BaseCase Editor. These include math, information, logical and statistical functions.

We’re continually increasing the number of functions that we support, to extend the functionality of the editor and enable you to create more powerful apps.

As a result, it’s now almost always possible to convert your health economic model to the native spreadsheet format used in BaseCase Interactive.

While it’s also possible to create an app that runs your spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel, it’s preferable to convert your spreadsheet to the native BaseCase format, as this improves the performance of the app and enables offline access.

If you’re not sure whether the functions used in your model are supported by the editor, simply upload and convert your model, and a dialog box will notify you if there are any unsupported formulas.

Wondering why we haven’t posted in a while?

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