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How to Create a Skewed Spheroids Pattern in Microsoft Excel
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The Tutorial

Set Defined Variables, Formats for Values and Formulas that have changed since How to Create an Insectoid Pattern in Microsoft Excel and verify those that haven't changed:
 On=0 Off=1 is set to 1 (no change). The formulas for A1 and A2 are the same. Adjuster = 1.
 Enter 61 for TURNS into cell B2.
 The result in cell B5 now shows 81,152 and the formula is "=IF(TURNS>0,VLOOKUP(TURNS,TURNS_LOOKUP,2),VLOOKUP(TURNS, TURNS_LOOKUP_NEG,2))" which is the same I believe.
 Enter 26 for S's Count into cell C1. (although 28 will appear.)
 The result in cell C2 = 2230 for Designer and the formula has not changed from "=VLOOKUP(S_COUNT,SPHEROIDS_COUNT_LOOKER,2)"
 The formula for Var, cell C3, has been overwritten with the value 25.
 The formula for Cc is unchanged and the result is .03141593
 db is unchanged at 4.5
 GMSL and GMLL are unchanged.
 The formula for top is unchanged at "=ROUND((B4*PI())+(Adj),0)" and the result is 886771.
 AAA is unchanged at 1.00244189810508
 Enter 27.5 for Divisor into cell E3.
 Enter Y into YN in cell E4.
 The formula for Factor is unchanged at "=IF(E4="Y",IF(ODD(S_COUNT)=S_COUNT,S_COUNT*0.01,S_COUNT*0.01),0.25)" and the result is +.26
 Enter 0 for Power into cell F2.
 Cells H1 and J1 are unchanged at .92 and .96 respectively and the formulas for Sync1 and Sync2 are the same.

Set column Formulas that have changed since "Create Special Designs and Patterns 05" and verify those that haven't changed:
 A7:A1447'a formulas remain the same.
 B7'S formula has not changed from "=IF(EVEN(S_COUNT)=S_COUNT,ROUND((B4*PI())+(Adj),0),TOP)"
 B8:B1447's formulas have not changed from "=((B7+(TOP*2)/(AdjRows)))*$B"
 C7's formula has not changed from "=ROUND(EXP((PI()^2)+(Cc*(db))),0)+Designer"
 Edit Go To cell range D7:D1447 and with D7 active, enter the formula w/o quotes, "=X7/Divisor+COS((ROW()7)*PI()/180*Factor)" and Edit Fill Down.
 Edit Go To cell range E7:E1447 and with E7 active, enter the formula w/o quotes, "=Y7/Divisor+SIN((ROW()7)*PI()/180*Factor)" and Edit Fill Down.
 Cell range F7:F1447's formulae remain the same as "=IF(A7=0,F6,((PI())*((SIN(B7/(C7*2))*GMLL*COS(B7)*GMLL*(COS(B7/(C7*2)))*GMLL)+D7)))"
 Cell range G7:G1447's formulae remain the same as "=IF(A7=0,G6,((PI())*((SIN(B7/(C7*2))*GMLL*SIN(B7)*GMLL*(COS(B7/(C7*2)))*GMLL)+E7)))"
 Cell range H7:H1447's formulae remain the same as "=F7*GMLL*Sync1"
 Cell range I7:I1447's formulae remain the same as "=G7*GMLL*Sync1"
 Cell range J7:J1447's formulae remain the same as "=F7*GMSL*Sync2"
 Cell range K7:K1447's formulae remain the same as "=G7*GMSL*Sync2"

Note:In column L, with the column header in cell L6 of TT, is the data series for L7:L1447 of 0 to 2*PI() but I don't have any dependents for it under audit, so it's currently useless. The worksheet does not contain a Defined Variable Name of TT either. No need for you to enter it. Probably part of some approach to a problem that was solved in another way.

The Lookup Tables remain the same, though their locations may have changed somewhat.TURNS_LOOKUP is now in cells $M:$N41. TURNS_LOOKUP_NEG is in cells $O:$P42 and runs in column O from 1440 to 0 and in column P from 104192 to 412 (an increment of 72). SPHEROIDS_COUNT_LOOKER is in cells $R:$S41 and increments by 251175.5 from a base value of 6,363,636 in column S, and from 0 to 1 in cells R2:R25 and then increments by 1 to a value of 1416 in cell R1446 and then 10,000 in cell R1447.

For those readers who completed the article Create a Pink Love Note of Spheres in Form of a Heart, copy cells from that worksheet's cell range Z2:AF1447 and paste them to the current Data sheet's cell range U1:AA1446 as a means of saving tons of time.Select cell AA7 and input the value 28.6470945405378. In cell W1, enter "Pool Ball Process:" . In cell V2, enter the note "1) Figure out H, K's per Grid Analysis or previous values;", In cell V3, enter the note "2) Figure out if FFF variable changes  it adjusts rows upY a little  best ball fit;". In cell V4, enter the note "3) Fill down formulas for X, Y and Radius  R must = .50000!!" and in cell X5 enter the title "POOL BALL X,Y Determinators:" and Format Cell Font Bold. Edit Go To cell range X7:X1446 and with X7 active enter the formula "=(COS(ROW()7)*PI()/180*FFF)+V7". Edit Go To cell range Y7:Y1446 and with Y7 active enter the formula "=(COS(ROW()7)*PI()/180*FFF)+W7". Then read the rest of this section and realize there may be changes in the interim which need updating, but that basically you have now the same info.

Otherwise, enter the following column headings in row 6:U6: Ball#; V6: H; W6: K; X6: X; Y6: Y; Z6: Radius; AA6: FFF. Enter into cell AA7 28.6470945405378 and Insert Name Define name FFF to cell $AA. Enter Per Goal Seeking in cell AA8 and select cell range AA7:AA8 and Format Cells Border Black bold Outline. Enter the notes "Be careful of formulas below" in cell range AA10:AA12. Enter H=x center of each into cell AA14 and K=y center of each into cell AA15.
 Enter .115 into cell range AA52:AA141 via Edit Fill Down.
 Enter .230 into cell range AA142:AA276 via Edit Fill Down.
 Enter .345 into cell range AA277:AA456 via Edit Fill Down.
 Enter .460 into cell range AA457:AA681 via Edit Fill Down.
 Enter .575 into cell range AA682:AA951 via Edit Fill Down.
 Enter .690 into cell range AA952:AA1266 via Edit Fill Down.
 Enter .805 into cell range AA1267:AA1446 via Edit Fill Down.
 Enter .5 into cell range Z7:Z1446 via Edit Fill Down.
 Enter "=(SIN(ROW()7)*PI()/180*FFF)+W7" into cell range Y7:Y1447 via Edit Fill Down.
 Enter "=(COS(ROW()7)*PI()/180*FFF)+V7" into cell range X7:X1447 via Edit Fill Down.
 It will help speed things up to build upon larger and larger sequences already done above by copying them below as one goes. Enter 1 into the following cells, each 45 cells apart, in column AB: AB52, 97, 142, 187, 232, 277, 322, 267, 412, 457, 502, 547, 592, 637, 682, 727, 772, 817, 862, 907, 952, 997, 1042, 1087, 1132, 1177, 1222, 1267, 1312, 1357, 1402.
 Enter 1 into cell U7 and Edit Go To cell range U8:U1446 and with U8 active enter the formula without quotes, "=IF(AB8=1,1+U7,U7)". This will build the balls to 32.
 Enter 1.5 into cell V7 and 3 into cell W7 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V7:W51.
 Enter 1 into cell V52 and 2.12 into cell W52 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V52:W96.
 Enter 2 into cell V97 and 2.12 into cell W97 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V97:W141.
 Enter 2.5 into cell V142 and 1.23 into cell W142 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V142:W186.
 Enter 1.5 into cell V187 and 1.23 into cell W187 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V187:W231.
 Enter 0.5 into cell V232 and 1.23 into cell W232 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V232:W276.
 Enter 0.0 into cell V277 and .345 into cell W277 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V277:W321.
 Enter 1.0 into cell V322 and .345 into cell W322 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V322:W366.
 Enter 2.0 into cell V367 and .345 into cell W367 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V367:W411.
 Enter 3.0 into cell V412 and .345 into cell W412 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V412:W456.
 Enter 3.5 into cell V457 and .54 into cell W457 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V457:W501.
 Enter 2.5 into cell V502 and .54 into cell W502 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V502:W546.
 Enter 1.5 into cell V547 and .54 into cell W547 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V547:W591.
 Enter 0.5 into cell V592 and .54 into cell W592 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V592:W636.
 Enter .5 into cell V637 and .54 into cell W637 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V637:W681.
 Enter 1 into cell V682 and 1.425 into cell W682 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V682:W726.
 Enter 0.0 into cell V727 and 1.425 into cell W727 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V727:W771.
 Enter 1.0 into cell V772 and 1.425 into cell W772 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V772:W816.
 Enter 2.0 into cell V817 and 1.425 into cell W817 and Edit Fill Down to cell range V817:W861.
 Enter 3 to cell V862 and 1.425 to cell W862 and Edit Fill Down to range V862:W906.
 Enter 4 to cell V907 and 1.425 to cell W907 and Edit Fill Down to range V907:W951.
 Enter 4.5 to cell V952 and 2.31 to cell W952 and Edit Fill Down to range V952:W996.
 Enter 3.5 to cell V997 and 2.31 to cell W997 and Edit Fill Down to range V997:W1041.
 Enter 2.5 to cell V1042 and 2.31 to cell W1042 and Edit Fill Down to range V1042:W1086.
 Enter 1.5 to cell V1087 and 2.31 to cell W1087 and Edit Fill Down to range V1087:W1131.
 Enter .5 to cell V1132 and 2.31 to cell W1132 and Edit Fill Down to range V1132:W1176.
 Enter .5 to cell V1177 and 2.31 to cell W1177 and Edit Fill Down to range V1177:W1221.
 Enter 1.5 to cell V1222 and 2.31 to cell W1222 and Edit Fill Down to range V1222:W1266.
 Enter 0 to cell V1267 and 3.195 to cell W1267 and Edit Fill Down to range V1267:W1311.
 Enter 1 to cell V1312 and 3.195 to cell W1312 and Edit Fill Down to range V1312:W1356.
 Enter 2 to cell V1357 and 3.195 to cell W1357 and Edit Fill Down to range V1357:W1401.
 Enter 3 to cell V1402 and 3.195 to cell W1402 and Edit Fill Down to range V1402:W1446.
Explanatory Charts, Diagrams, Photos
 (dependent upon the tutorial data above)

Spcl Design 06c Dbl Pool Pack*
Allowing for scratches, and dynamics, with proper array formulation, each ball can be made to move as it should, in theory.It's a project I'm working on. 15 balls and a cue ball times 2 makes 2 games simultaneously. Adequate for a pool shark on a holiday break. 
Create the above graphic using this series:
 =SERIES(,Data!$F:$F47,Data!$G:$G47,1)
or this one:

 =SERIES(,Data!$X:$X46,Data!$Y:$Y46,1)
 Final image;
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Spcl Design 06b Square+Circle
 X=X7/Divisor+IF(COS((ROW()7)*PI()/180*Factor)<0,ABS(COS((ROW()7)*PI()/180*Factor))^Power*1,COS((ROW()7)*PI()/180*Factor)^Power) and Y=Y7/Divisor+IF(SIN((ROW()7)*PI()/180*Factor)<0,ABS(SIN((ROW()7)*PI()/180*Factor))^Power*1,SIN((ROW()7)*PI()/180*Factor)^Power)
 Try Power=2.33 or 3.00 or 6.28 or 9.42 (3π) or 1.57 or 0

Spcl Design 06d Pairs in Diamond
Warnings
 Errors: If you have errors or error values, either the sheet is incomplete and needs further input or Lookup Tables for critical variables or perhaps you've made a mistake somewhere along the line. If the instructions have been completed and there are still errors, select the cell that has the error value that is furthest left and topmost first. Look for a typo in a formula or unmatched parentheses. Possibly, a Defined Name is wrong  they need to be input into the formulae exactly as they were defined. Do Insert Name Define to check. If you have DIV/0!, I do not, so look for a variable that somehow did not get filled in with a value perhaps. At any rate, what you want to do is select the cell with the error, and after checking all those typical errors, do Tools Auditing Trace Precedents and/or Trace Error. If fixing all the topmost leftmost errors does not fix the rest of your errors on your worksheet, you may need to do it the hard way, from the bottom right upwards then leftwards; that is the slow but sure way to fix all errors.
 Also, errors in your chart data will most likely plot as zeroes. This may be acceptable or desirable even. However, if too many lines (or curves) are returning to 0, it may indicate a logical flaw in the data  or too many tiny values and then perhaps rescaling the chart is needed by inspecting the horizontal and vertical axes and changing them to zero in on the problem. Hover over or click on a data marker on the series plot and then do a search in the proper column by value for that value, and identify its precedents.
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