An Excel formula looks like this:
An AnyFormula looks like this:
Price of Gas * ((Highway Miles / Highway MPG) + (City Miles / City MPG))
AnyFormula allows you to create and name variables that you can then use in a math formula for almost any purpose you can imagine. There any many programs that act toward the same goal, however AnyFormula is distinct in that it gives the user the benefits of an open formula system that can adapt to your specific needs, and fast easy changes to the end calculation by simply changing the values of a few easy to locate variables. Soon, AnyFormula.com will allow users to download pre-made formulas for common needs (such as construction estimates, electrical calculations, etc), as well as share formulas they've created.
AnyFormula can easily replace cost estimators commonly used in the construction and many other industries, while simultaneously providing additional functionality for home or work. It can even help you conceptualize complex formulas more easily because you'll see in plain language what you're creating rather than just a bunch of numbers splashed across the page.
Some possible uses we can imagine are:
* Project cost estimates
* Monthly savings projections
* Determine what to spend more or less money on for the month
* Number of products possible with goods on hand
* Quantity requirements to complete a project
* Compare possible outcomes by switching between saved formulas
* Ease the pain of repetitive math problems