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List of available nodes and their functions
List of available nodes and their functions

Here's a table of all of the available node types and their functionality within Sturppy.

Updated over a week ago
 Node Category Node Name What it does Input Input Input nodes allow you to input manual values - input nodes by default are displayed within the visual editor. Note: You cannot graph an input Output Output Output nodes extract the value of an operation, formula, or input. Note: Output nodes can be graphed Operation + Sums two values together, you can connect inputs and or outputs to + Operators Operation - Subtracts two values from one another, you can connect inputs and or outputs to - Operators Operation X Multiplies two values by one another, you can connect inputs and or outputs to X Operators Operation ÷ Divides two values by one another, you can connect inputs and or outputs to ÷ Operators Operation % An operator that works on integers and yields the remainder when one value is divided by another Formula prev. month A formula that takes the prior months value Formula round Round allows you to round a value, entering a value of "0" returns a whole number, 1 returns one decimal, 2 returns 2 decimals, etc. Formula average Returns the sum all all values divided by the number of values. Sometimes referred to as mean. Formula sum Returns the sum of all values Formula quarterly Returns only a value every quarter (every 3 months) Formula annually Returns only a value every year (12 months) Formula after Applies a "start date" Formula before Applies an "after date" Formula spread Spreads inputed values based on number of months inputted Formula seasonality Accepts a % increase or decrease for calendar months Formula floor The floor formula takes an input as a real number x, and gives an output the greatest integer less than or equal to x Formula ceiling Returns number rounded up, away from zero, to the nearest multiple of significance. Formula max Returns the largest value of values connected to it Formula min Returns the smallest value of values connected to it Formula accounts receivable Refers to money a company's owed for goods or services, allows you to set AR terms in days Formula accounts payable Refers to money a company's due to pay for goods or services, allows you to set AP terms in days Formula deferred revenue Allows you to defer revenue in number of days

There are 4 basic types of Nodes (Inputs, Operations, Outputs, and Formulas)