Wolfram Function Examples

The Wolfram function allows users to execute Wolfram Language code from Excel without needing to deploy a Wolfram API. It requires the user to have some Wolfram Language knowledge. The user must be signed into a cloud account for this function to work. Following are examples that show different aspects of the Wolfram function.

A Wolfram function that calls RandomInteger:

=Wolfram("RandomInteger")

A Wolfram function that calls RandomInteger with additional arguments:

=Wolfram("RandomInteger",5,10)

This is the equivalent of running the following function:

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A Wolfram function that calls RandomInteger with Excel references as arguments:

=Wolfram("RandomInteger",A1,A2)

Calling a pure function from the Wolfram function:

=Wolfram("#1+#2&",5,6)

Calling a Wolfram Language expression (using a pure function):

=Wolfram("Now&")