Checks, references, conditions, and assumptions
ClearCalcs is designed to make sure you can understand and trust every calculation that's occurring. If you are unsure about a calculation, or want more information on the reasoning or assumptions behind it, simply click the label for the given line - this will open a box on the page showing the appropriate standards reference, clause, and description (reasoning) that was used for this specific line. Additionally, depending on the calculation, this will also show details for any checks or conditional formulas that may be applied to this formula. Conditional formulas will be highlighted in blue to show the currently active formula.
An example of a conditional equation - note that the currently active condition is highlighted blue.