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I have a worksheet calcuating some results driven by different parameters.
Is there a way I can tabulated (probably in a separate worksheet) the
different results against different tuples of parameter automatically or
easily?

Eg. For the worksheet that calculates current balance (the result) of my
investment porfolio given a set of exchange rates (the parameters), I want a
summary table showing how my balance changes with different exchange rates.
With that table I shall then plot a chart for further sensitivity analysis.

BTW, I am using Excel 2003 professional.

Thanks in advance!

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Take a look at Excel data tables:
http://www.ce.cmu.edu/~hsm/bca2005/l...chrome2001.pdf

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I have a worksheet calcuating some results driven by different parameters.
Is there a way I can tabulated (probably in a separate worksheet) the
different results against different tuples of parameter automatically or
easily?

Eg. For the worksheet that calculates current balance (the result) of my
investment porfolio given a set of exchange rates (the parameters), I want a
summary table showing how my balance changes with different exchange rates.
With that table I shall then plot a chart for further sensitivity analysis.

BTW, I am using Excel 2003 professional.

Thanks in advance!

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You can do extensive sensitivity analysis with the following free of charge Excel Add-in either within the same sheet (pointing the Add-in where to place the output) or in a separate sheet specifically added for such parameter variations.
Up to 20 input and up to 20 output cells can be manipulated and observed simultaneously with this sensitivity add-in and the results can be exchanged with friends or business partners without requiring them to have the add-in on their machine as well.

This Sensitivity Analysis Add-in is free to be used privately or commercially.

http://www.life-cycle-costing.de/sensitivity_analysis/

Hope that helps,
Thomas

On Tuesday, March 27, 2007 10:42 PM Alex Chun wrote:


I have a worksheet calcuating some results driven by different parameters.
Is there a way I can tabulated (probably in a separate worksheet) the
different results against different tuples of parameter automatically or
easily?

Eg. For the worksheet that calculates current balance (the result) of my
investment porfolio given a set of exchange rates (the parameters), I want a
summary table showing how my balance changes with different exchange rates.
With that table I shall then plot a chart for further sensitivity analysis.

BTW, I am using Excel 2003 professional.

Thanks in advance!



On Wednesday, March 28, 2007 9:26 AM Dave wrote:


Take a look at Excel data tables:
http://www.ce.cmu.edu/~hsm/bca2005/l...chrome2001.pdf

Dave
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A hint to posters: Specific, detailed questions are more likely to be
answered than questions that provide no detail about your problem.


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