Yes. Tables that are created under the section Table in a protocol step or under *Results* in SciNote support basic math operations just as Excel spreadsheets do, but with some exceptions. The functions that can be used in SciNote tables are the following:

**SUM**adds together a supplied set of numbers and returns the sum of these values (e.g. =SUM(C1;D1));**AVERAGE**returns the arithmetic mean of a list of supplied numbers;**MEDIAN**returns the statistical median (the middle value) of a list of supplied numbers;**MAX**returns the largest value from a supplied set of numeric values;**MIN**returns the smallest value from a supplied set of numeric values;**SLOPE**calculates the slope of the linear regression line through a supplied set of x- and y- values;**IF**tests a supplied condition and returns one result if the condition evaluates to TRUE, and another result if the condition evaluates to FALSE;**SQRT**calculates the positive square root of a supplied number;**POWER**calculates a given number raised to a supplied power;**LOG**calculates the logarithm of a given number, to a supplied base;**LN**calculates the natural logarithm of a given number;**LOG10**calculates the base 10 logarithm of a given number.

**PRODUCT** function can't be used in SciNote tables, but you can use ***** instead.

Furthermore, when copy-pasting the numbers from Excel file to the SciNote table, you need to open the view *Show formulas* in an Excel file first (see the image below) and then copy the content and paste it into SciNote table using CTRL + V keys.

Please note that formulas are based on the position of cells, so if you copy-paste Excel table cells from C37:C44 to SciNote table cells A1:A8 the formulas won't function because of different cell positions.

Tables that are created in the rich text fields do not support formulas, they do, however, have formatting options.

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