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2. Load @Risk program:

Click on (at the upper left corner) to load @Risk program. If you dont see the icon, try

Tools / Add-Ins and click on Decision Tools Utilities. If you are asked to Enable

Macros or Disable Macros, click on Enable Macros. If @Risk is successfully loaded,

you should see @Risk Toolbar at the upper left corner. The toolbar looks like

Display List of Outputs and Inputs

Simulation Settings Start Simulation

Define Distributions

Game 1:

Game 2:

4. Define Outputs:

Move cursor to cell C2 (for Game 1) or B8 (for Game 2) and click on the Add Output icon.

This would define cells C2 and B8 as output cells. @Risk program will automatically define

Input cells (cells with @Risk functions such as RISKDISCRETE or RISKNORMAL.)

5. Start simulation by clicking the Start Simulation icon.

6. The Simulation Settings icon allows you to change the number of simulation and iterations

(the default is one simulation with 100 iterations). The Report Settings icon determines

what should be reported (e.g., brief vs. detailed summary statistics).

Hsieh, P.-H. 1

BA 555 Simulation

Fall 2006 @Risk

* indicates the most commonly used functions and will be discussed in the class.

Distribution Function Returns

RiskBeta(alpha1,alpha2) beta distribution with shape parameters alpha1 and alpha2

RiskBetaGeneral( alpha1, beta distribution with defined minimum, maximum and shape

alpha2,minimum, maximum) parameters alpha1 and alpha2

binomial distribution with n draws and p probability of success

* RiskBinomial(n,p)

on each draw

RiskChiSq(v) Chi-Square distribution with v degrees of freedom

RiskDiscrete({X1,X2,...,Xn}, discrete distribution with n possible outcomes with the value X

*

{p1,p2,...,pn}) and probability weight p for each outcome

discrete uniform distribution with n outcomes valued at X1

RiskDuniform({X1,X2,...Xn})

through Xn

RiskExpon(beta) exponential distribution with decay constant beta

extreme value (or Gumbel) distribution with location parameter

RiskExtvalue(a,b)

a and scale parameter b

gamma distribution with shape parameter alpha and scale

RiskGamma(alpha,beta)

parameter beta

general density function for a probability distribution ranging

RiskGeneral(minimum,maximum,

between minimum and maximum with n (x,p) pairs with value

{X1,X2,...,Xn}, {p1,p2,...,pn})

X and probability weight p for each point

RiskGeometric(p) geometric distribution with probability p

RiskHistogrm(minimum,maxi- histogram distribution with n classes between minimum and

Hsieh, P.-H. 2

BA 555 Simulation

Fall 2006 @Risk

hypergeometric distribution with sample size n, D number of

RiskHypergeo(n,D,M)

items and M population size

RiskIntUniform(minimum,maximu uniform distribution which returns integer values only between

m) minimum and maximum

inverse gaussian (or Wald) distribution with mean mu and shape

RiskInvGauss(mu,lambda)

parameter lambda

logistic distribution with location parameter alpha and scale

RiskLogistic(alpha,beta)

parameter beta

RiskLoglogistic(gamma,beta, log-logistic distribution with location parameter gamma, scale

alpha) parameter beta and shape parameter alpha

RiskLognorm(mean,standard lognormal distribution with specified mean and standard

deviation) deviation

negative binomial distribution with s successes and p

RiskNegbin(s,p)

probability of success on each trial

RiskNormal(mean,standard

* normal distribution with given mean and standard deviation

deviation)

RiskPareto(theta,a) pareto distribution

RiskPert(minimum,most likely, pert distribution with specified minimum, most likely and

*

maximum) maximum values

RiskPoisson(lambda) poisson distribution

* RiskSimtable({X1,X2,...Xn}) lists values to be used in each of a series of simulations

RiskStudent(nu) student's t distribution with nu degrees of freedom

RiskTriang(minimum,most likely, triangular distribution with defined minimum, most likely and

*

maximum) maximum values

* RiskUniform(minimum, maximum) uniform distribution between minimum and maximum

weibull distribution with shape parameter alpha and scale

RiskWeibull(alpha,beta)

parameter beta

Identifies a matrix of rank correlation coefficients and a

position in the matrix for the distribution in which the Corrmat

RiskCorrmat(matrix cell range,

* function is included. Instance specifies the instance of the

position,instance)

matrix at matrix cell range that will be used for correlating this

distribution.

Identifies dependent variable in correlated sampling pair with

RiskDepC("ID",coefficient)

rank correlation coefficient and "ID" identifier string

Identifies independent distribution in rank correlated sampling

RiskIndepC("ID")

pair "ID" is identifier string

Minimum-maximum range allowable for samples drawn for the

RiskTruncate(minimum, maximum)

distribution in which the Truncate function is included

Hsieh, P.-H. 3

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