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PostPosted: Mon 25. Apr 2011, 23:27 
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Usually by use of the range() formula you are looking at the end result of a scenario and with the cockpit element of the cross impact diagram you just want to see what scenario lead to what end result. Unfortunately all the other intermediate results of the other time steps are also shown within the cross impact diagram. To prevent this from happening you may use a small trick I present with this example.
With a dummy-factor I just look at the value of the last time step and all the other time steps get the result of zero divided by zero which means not a number (NaN).
Have a look at the result
:D


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File comment: the result (I zoomed the diagram)
rangecrossimpactdiagram.jpg
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File comment: the trick with the division by zero
rangecrossimpactdiagramformula.jpg
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File comment: the model (quantitative, version 7, 4 factors)
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