No, we can't review spreadsheet formulas.
Earlier I would have said yes. Because when you look at your points, I'd answer them like this:
- It's code, that's for sure.
- Yes, but you just don't have a lot of material. It's akin to reviewing a single line of code (and often a review of a single line of code worth reviewing ends up splitting that line of code).
- Irrelevant as per 2.
However, with point 2, I say that if a single line of code merits reviewing, it's likely that that single line of code is either going to get grossly simplified, or it's gonna get split up. And that's the problem. You can't split a spreadsheet formula up into multiple lines to make it more readable. You can't define a temporary variable to make it more readable. You can't define a constant somewhere to make it more readable.
So when reviewing a spreadsheet formula, your answer is either going to be "rewrite it as a macro, like so, and then you can do X or Y"... or it's going to be "you used the wrong function, use X instead". Neither are what I'd see as a good review. There's nothing to learn except a mapping (use X instead of Y), or in the case of a rewrite as macro, you can learn how to convert a spreadsheet formula to a macro, and then review it.
For me, this all points into one direction:
Instead of asking for a review on a spreadsheet formula, ask for a review on your spreadsheet macro.
In the event that you'd see my deduction as arbitrary, let me present another example.
grep -r -i -z -I -f /path/to/pattern/file /home/folder/TestZipFolder.zip
"Is there anything I could alter about this to make it more readable?" (It's not asked in the original question, but readability is one of the major improvements that can be made to a piece of code).
For me, I'd have to say no. I don't know how to make it more readable. I guess you could reorder the flags if a different order made more sense (grouping output flags and search flags together, for instance). I guess you could replace a flag with its verbose version, if such a thing exists (I recall certain scripts taking -d and --delete as the same flag). But I can't give you a much more sensible review than that. And in the case that all my suggestions had already been applied, I'd just have to answer with no.
Let's take the macro version of such a console command:
A script file.
It contains multiple statements, and it's intended to do something. You can most certainly review a script file. Maybe there's something dangerous in the flags of one of the statements. Maybe it's not compatible with unicode for some reason. Maybe you're doing something by hand that already has a built-in function.
You can't review a command, but you can review a script.
You can't review a spreadsheet formula, but you can review a spreadsheet macro.
Thus, we'd need some custom close reason:
There is nothing in this question that can be reviewed. The presented code can't be altered without changing the result of the code. Any reviewing thus lands in bugfixing territory, which is off-topic.