**Keywords:** Pythonic formula, Python syntax, functions

The **Apply Pythonic Formula** operation enables the use of Python syntax to apply formulas on data. For example, `sum = $a + $b`

adds the values in field ** "b"** to those in field

**and inserts the resulting sums into the new field**

*"a"***.**

*"sum"***Operators supported:**

** + ** (addition)

** - **(subtraction)

** * **(multiplication)

** ^ **(exponentiate)

** / **(division)

** //** (integer division)

** % **(mod)

** < **(smaller than)

** <= **(smaller than or equal to)

** ==** (is equal)

** != **(not equal)

** >= **(greater than or equal to)

** > **(greater than)

**Functions supported:**

** ceil **(ceiling)

`floor`

`round`

** abs **(absolute value)

`factorial`

`exp`

`log10`

`sqrt`

`arccos`

`arcsin`

`arctan`

`cos`

`sin`

`tan`

** degrees **(radian to degrees)

** radians **(degrees to radian)

** acosh** (hyberbolic arc-cosine)

** asinh **(hyberbolic arc-sin)

** atanh** (hyberbolic arc-tan)

** sinh** (hyberbolic sin)

** tanh **(hyberbolic tan)

`gamma`

** lgamma** (logaritmic gamma)

** hypot **(hypotenuse)

** log **(log2)

**Step-by-step guide**

### 1. Open the operation configuration window

Select the field with the text that you want to extract keywords from and click the ** "Add operation"** button at the top of the workspace.

Search for ** "Apply pythonic formula"** or find the operation under

**and click it.**

*"Numerical operations"*### 2. Type the formula

The structure of the formula should be: `[`

`Output field name] = [Pythonic formula]`

.

### 3. Apply the operation

Click ** "Apply"** to run the operation. The output of the applied formula is inserted into the output field.