Exp (PQL)

Returns the number 'e' or Euler's number, raised to the power of the provided value.

  • Returned Output: Numeric
  • Library: PQL \ Granular \ Math
  • Version: 2023.00.000
  • Compatibility: Pyramid Query Language (PQL) data sources


Exp( <Column Number> )
Syntax Alternatives

Exponent( <Column Number> )

* Click on the function's arguments above for more details on the input values.

  • The column needs to be an attribute with numerical values in the model.
  • The math operations are not running on measures (aka 'values' or 'metrics'). The are operating on atomic items in the attribute / column itself. These values can then be subsequently used to drive an aggregated metric.
  • For details on how to employ and use this function see the custom column overview.
Different Function types
  • This function is similar to the PQL common functions of the same name. However, it operates on a column directly at the grain.
  • As a granular function, it is used in the base SQL query itself.


This example returns a column with the value of "e" raised to each integer value in the radians column.

Exp(ToInteger( [math ops].[radians]))

You can see the effect from this example snippet in column #4, based on the source column in position #3 (or 11).