Returns the natural exponential for each data value described by the expression.
|expression||Expression specifying the powers to raise the constant e to.|
exp() function produces a time series in which each data value is equal to e raised to the power specified by the expression.
- If the expression describes a constant value
exp()returns a continuous series where every data value is
- If the expression describes one or more time series, then
exp()returns a new time series for each input time series. Each value in a new time series is calculated as
Vis the value of the corresponding point in the input time series.
The inverse of this function is
By default, the chart legend displays a rounded version of the result. You can cause the legend to display the result with more precision by holding down the shift key when you hover over the time series.
In this example, we see the result (in red) of using
exp(2) to raise e to the power
2. We also see the result (in blue) of obtaining the inverse by applying the
Here we see the result (in orange) of using
exp() to obtain the natural exponential of a time series (in blue).