TableSmith Tuesday Introduction (Part 5 – Useful Functions)

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What makes TableSmith so powerful is the scripting elements.  It lets you do more than Fill-in-the blanks Mad-Libs, or create straight Stat Tables.  It lets you make tables that contain an internal consistency, it let’s you correct unexpected grammar issues (usually).  In fact there are 80 some functions in TableSmith, and unless you use datasets, or are making a table with EXTREME mathematics, you’ll most likely only use the ones that I’ve detailed here.

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