Not just those.. I mean, macros in general is a pain to work with in OO.o (LibreOffice as well), while it's much simpler in VBA. And I'm not talking about syntax here, but things like accessing graph data and manipulating it. Want to highlight a particular point in a graph? I don't even know where to start with OO.o as the documentation is.. well I'm sure it's to be found *somewhere*.
But also rather common things like chart titles based on a cell value. You'd think that "Weekly report - Week #" where # is the current week number would be possible, simply by referencing a cell with the week number OR referencing a cell with the full title. But alas - you cannot.
Instead you have to kludge a work-around using a second chart with completely transparent background and only showing the X Axis Label (which, of course, does auto-adjust based on the categories range set), then move that on top of the other chart.
( Correct me if I'm wrong in that, and it is possible now. )
LibreOffice is worse in this respect... recent updates have caused outright crashes when moving data around, date values getting displayed with the wrong date on charts, etc.