Depending on how they're implemented, some of those 'online' calculators
can be loaded onto your machine. If it's in Java and all of the code is
on one web page then you can just snag it and use it offline.
I'd tell you more, but I've just reached the end of my knowledge on this
particular subject -- you'll have to try it to see if it applies in your
A simple spreadsheet with the correct formulae might be the easiest answer.
Find a suitable formula for the calculation on a web page and put it into a
spreadsheet. Then just change the input cell values while at the remote
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