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changes to make function help look the same

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mach0 committed Aug 24, 2013
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<h4>Kernel shape</h4>
<p>The kernel shape controls the rate at which the influence of a point decreases as the distance from the point increases. Different kernels decay at
different rates, so a triweight kernel gives features greater weight for distances closer to the point then the Epanechnikov kernel does. Consequently,
different rates, so a triweight kernel gives features greater weight for distances closer to the point than the Epanechnikov kernel does. Consequently,
triweight results in "sharper" hotspots, and Epanechnikov results in "smoother" hotspots. A number of standard kernel functions are available in QGIS,
which are described and illustrated on <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kernel_(statistics)#Kernel_functions_in_common_use">Wikipedia</a>.</p>

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<h3>Function ceil()</h3>
<h3>ceil() function</h3>
Rounds a number upwards.

<h4>Syntax</h4>
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<h3>Function floor()</h3>
<h3>floor() function</h3>
Rounds a number downwards.

<h4>Syntax</h4>
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<h3>Funktion ln()</h3>
<h3>ln() function</h3>
Returns the value of the natural logarithm of the passed expression.
<br>
This function takes one argument.
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<h3>toint function</h3>
<h3>toint() function</h3>
Converts a string to integer number. Nothing changed if a value cannot be converted to integer (e.g '123asd' is invalid).

<p><h4>Syntax</h4>
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<h3>toreal function</h3>
<h3>toreal() function</h3>
Converts a string to real number. Nothing changed if a value cannot be converted to real (e.g '123.56asd' is invalid). Numbers are rounded after saving changes if the precision is smaller than the result of the conversion.

<p><h4>Syntax</h4>
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<h3>tostring function</h3>
<h3>tostring() function</h3>
Converts a number to string.

<p><h4>Syntax</h4>
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<h3>xat function</h3>
<h3>xat() function</h3>
Retrieves a x coordinate of the current feature

<h4>Syntax</h4>
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<h3>yat function</h3>
<h3>yat() function</h3>
Retrieves a y coordinate of the current feature

<h4>Syntax</h4>

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