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)
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