Table of Contents

- [Normalizing](#normalizing)
- [Equations Breakdown](#equations-breakdown)
- [Evaluate the whole table](#evaluate-the-whole-table)
- [References](#references)
| | Normalized col `$1` | | Normalized col `$3` | Ratio of col `$2` / `$4` |
|----------|---------------------|-------------|---------------------|--------------------------|
| Col `$1` | Col `$2` | Col `$3` | Col `$4` | Col `$5` |
| 79922.1 | 6.85 | 0.146993824 | 4.27 | 1.60 |
| 79185.9 | 6.78 | 0.146976008 | 4.27 | 1.59 |
| 64041.0 | 5.48 | 0.147067031 | 4.27 | 1.28 |
| 15452.5 | 1.32 | 0.034456713 | 1.00 | 1.32 |
| 11675.7 | 1.00 | 0.034460162 | 1.00 | 1.00 |

### Equations Breakdown {#equations-breakdown}
Equation: `#+tblfm: $2=$1/@7$1;%0.2f::$4=$3/@7$3;%0.2f::$5=$2/$4;%0.2f`
- `$2=$1/@7$1` -- Assign the value of a field in **column** 2 (`$2`) to
the value of the field in **column** 1 **in the same row** (`$1`)
divided by the value of the field in **row** 7, **column** 1 (`@7$1`).
- `@` is row, `$` is column.
- Row and column numbers start with **1** (not 0).
- `$4=$3/@7$3` -- Similar to above, but with different row/column numbers.
- `$5=$2/$4` -- Assign the value of a field in **column** 5 (`$5`) to the
value of the field in **column** 2 **in the same row** (`$2`) divided by
the value of the field in **column** 4 **in the same row** as well (`$4`).
- `;` is used to separate the equation from the _formatting_.
- For all the 3 equations, formatting is applied using `%0.2f`
i.e. the numbers will be formatted with 2 decimal places. See [Field
Formatters in Org table](https://scripter.co/field-formatters-in-org-table/) for more info.
- Each of those equations are applied to the same table by
concatenating them with `::`.
### Evaluate the whole table {#evaluate-the-whole-table}
Do `C-u C-c C-c` with point anywhere in the table, or do `C-c C-c`
with point on the `#+tblfm` line.
## References {#references}
- (org) Formula syntax for Calc
[//]: # "Exported with love from a post written in Org mode"
[//]: # "- https://github.com/kaushalmodi/ox-hugo"