Risk Engine
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Links your iWork Numbers models to run detailed Monte Carlo analysis.   Shareware ($40.00)
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Risk Engine links into iWork Numbers and Microsoft Excel 2008 spreadsheet models to allow you to run detailed Monte Carlo analyses with multiple inputs and outputs. The input values for the Monte-Carlo simulation can be directly modified by the user within the spreadsheet interface to allow for maximum flexibility within the simulation. The application also allows shuffling of data for Bootstrap type of analysis.
What's New
Version 1.4.9:
  • Fixed a problem where some users were unable to run the Range analyses for resampling.
  • Added a basic tutorial for running resampling type analyses to the help file.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • iWork '09 Numbers or Microsoft Excel 2008
  • Mac OS X 10.5 or later



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burypromote

RCOR reviewed on 14 Jul 2012
I use the version 1.4.2, bought thru the Mr. Ian Turner's page. This link to version 1.4.9 does not work.
As qubex said very well, it is not Crystall Ball however is useful and quick for Monte Carlo simulations. It is easy to use. Don't have a tutorial but it can be found via i'net. It is a good app with a very well dimensioned worth/price. I found some troubles when try to use the input by range
[Version 1.4.9]

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burypromote
CoenieMiddel4338 replied on 17 Jun 2013
Do you know where I can buy Risk Engine?. I downloaded the software but I cannot find a site to buy the full version.
burypromote

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qubex commented on 16 Feb 2009
Not quite Crystal Ball but *free* and iWork-enabled. I love it. Thank you so much!
[Version 0.2b58]

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burypromote

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qubex replied on 10 Apr 2009
No longer free, and still not Crystal Ball, but still very decent.
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Hervé 5 reviewed on 15 Feb 2009
looks fairly cool, and well documented.
[Version 0.2b58]


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LMP commented on 07 Feb 2009
"Links into your iWork Numbers models to run detailed Monte Carlo analy"

I love this description: concise and totally incomprehensible. The way I understand it, this software allows you to import detailed numbers from the Monte Carlo Rally in your butt! It gets better every time I read it!
:-D
[Version 0.1b]

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burypromote

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umijin replied on 15 Mar 2009
It's Greek to you, because it's an advanced tool for scientists and mathematicians. If you don't understand what it is, then it's not for you. Just move along.

If you want to know Monte Carlo methods are, G••gle it. These methods are used to generate random numbers for simulation purposes. Wikipedia lists a several ways they are used.
burypromote

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qubex had trouble on 16 Apr 2009
I've tried to purchase the product but PayPall throws up a "problem with seller's website" error.
[Version 1.1]

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burypromote
Anonymous commented on 04 May 2009
There was a problem with Paypal but it has now been addressed. If anyone still has a problem then please get in touch so I can deal with it.
Thankyou.
burypromote
CoenieMiddel4338 replied on 17 Jun 2013
I also cannot access buying the full product. any ideas how/ what site I can buy this product?
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Downloads:8,567
Version Downloads:3,620
Type:Business : Spreadsheets
License:Shareware
Date:02 Feb 2011
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $40.00
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Risk Engine links into iWork Numbers and Microsoft Excel 2008 spreadsheet models to allow you to run detailed Monte Carlo analyses with multiple inputs and outputs. The input values for the Monte-Carlo simulation can be directly modified by the user within the spreadsheet interface to allow for maximum flexibility within the simulation. The application also allows shuffling of data for Bootstrap type of analysis.


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