Blockpad includes its own robust math and formula engine. It's been in development since 2010, with over a quarter million lines of code.
Yes! Blockpad has a powerful patent-pending system for integrated documents.
In conventional spreadsheets, you can reference cells in one sheet from another sheet. You can do this in Blockpad too, but a "sheet" can be a word processor, spreadsheet, or drawing.
Units in Blockpad are an important part of the math and formula engine. When units are in a formula, they will be converted, canceled, and multiplied as appropriate.
These calculators can be used in-line with other calculations inside of the desktop app. We call these calculation modules "blocks". You can use ours or create your own.
Yes! Blockpad has solver sections for solving systems of equations.
Blockpad is very fast, even with big files. Just how fast depends on how it's used.
Blockpad is primarily desktop software for use on your personal computer.
Files saves as .bpad, a file type specific to Blockpad. With the downloadable application, you can always access files for free, regardless of subscription.
Blockpad files can be saved to a pdf format to share.
Blockpad can run Excel calculation templates in-line with other Blockpad calculations using "blocks", which you can create from Excel templates.
Blockpad can easily save to PDF files and copy-and-paste to Word and Excel files.
Blockpad is for real work... But seriously, the "block" in Blockpad comes from our in-line calculation modules called blocks, not because we use Blockchain technology.
Yes! Blockpad has it's own scripting language called Stemscript that is used to write macros, modules, and blocks (our in-line calculation modules). Contact us for more information.