Monte Carlo Methods in Excel: Part 3 – Some Helpful Tricks

Monte Carlo Methods in Excel: Part 3 – Some Helpful Tricks Andea S. , a student in Learning Tree’s course Power Excel: Analyzing Data to Make Business Decisions, expressed dismay about a problem at work. When she attempted to plot the results of her Monte Carlo inventory and production model, her entire set of model […]
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Monte Carlo Methods in Excel: Part 2 – Random Numbers

Monte Carlo Methods in Excel: Part 2 – Random Numbers All Monte Carlo methods rely on a source of random numbers. Most such sources would more precisely be called pseudorandom numbers, since a deterministic algorithm cannot, by definition, ever produce truly random numbers. If you Google “random numbers” you will encounter a daunting list of […]
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