Oracle Crystall Ball

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Data Mining TIBCO Spotfire Miner SAS Statistical Modelling Tibco Spotfire Splus SAS JMP Risk Analysis & Simulation Oracle Crystal Ball Optmization LINDO API LINGO What’s Best List of Solutions for Data Analysis Econometrics EViews LIMDEP NLOGIT Quality – Six Sigma & CMMI SigmaXL Pareto Pro JMP

Oracle crystal ball:

Oracle crystal ball Oracle Crystal Ball is the leading spreadsheet-based application suite for predictive modeling, forecasting, simulation, and optimization. It gives you unparalleled insight into the critical factors affecting risk. With Crystal Ball, you can make the right tactical decisions to reach your objectives and gain a competitive edge under even the most uncertain market conditions. 3

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Its used by customers from a broad range of Industries such as aerospace, financial services, manufacturing, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, utilities, environmental sciences etc. Six sigma in manufacturing mainly & to some extent in BPO. CMM is one of the quality area in s/w areas. 4

Crystal Ball Training:

Crystal Ball Training Introduction to Crystal Ball Models and Simulation

What is a model?: 6 What is a model? Replication or representation of a real system Manufacturing-production models Planning-queuing models Financial-forecasting models Spreadsheet model Set of mathematical and logical relationships Vary conditions and assumptions to test scenarios Deterministic: data assumed to be known with certainty Probabilistic/stochastic

What is Simulation?: 7 What is Simulation? Process of experimenting with a model to measure performance and behavior of inputs in a system Gain general insight into the nature of a process Identify problems with system design Manage risk by understanding costs and benefits

The Five Steps of Model Development: 8 The Five Steps of Model Development Develop the system flow diagram or algorithm. Write an Excel spreadsheet to model the system. Use Crystal Ball to model assumptions and forecasts. Run the simulation and analyze the output. Improve the system model and/or make decisions.

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Introduction to Crystal Ball Getting Started with Crystal Ball

Getting Started: 10 Getting Started Launching Crystal Ball Basic Terminology Navigation

Launching Crystal Ball:

11 Launching Crystal Ball Launch automatically with Excel after Crystal Ball installation Start>Programs>Crystal Ball 7>Application Manager Check the Crystal Ball box Start Manually Start menu Crystal Ball

Basic Terminology: 12 Basic Terminology Crystal Ball Term Common Names Assumption Input, X, independent variable, random variable, probability distribution . Decision Variable Controlled variable Forecast Output, Y, f(X), dependent variable

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Introduction to Crystal Ball Analysis and Presentation of Results

Analysis and Presentation of Results: 20 Analysis and Presentation of Results Running the Simulation Forecast Chart Overlay Chart Trend Chart Custom Report Generation Extract Data Saving Results

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Introduction to Crystal Ball Basic Crystal Ball Tools

Basic Crystal Ball Tools: 22 Basic Crystal Ball Tools Tornado Chart - senstivity of a particularoutput cell. Batch Fit - auto fit p. dist. To multiple data series. Correlation Matrix - view and edit full corr. Matrix for a selected set of assumptions.

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