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EXCEL-Mathematica Link for EXCEL & @Risk

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  • Subject: [mg73478] EXCEL-Mathematica Link for EXCEL & @Risk
  • From: actuary at mchsi.com
  • Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2007 01:28:09 -0500 (EST)

To:  All

I'm trying to develop an application in EXCEL that includes some
Mathematica code.  The EXCEL based application involves a Monte Carlo
simulation.  For controlling the simulation I use the EXCEL add-in
@Risk.  @Risk allows the user to run EXCEL macros at defined points in
time in the simulation i.e. before the simulation starts, before each
iteration, after each iteration, etc. To do this, one needs the fully
qualified name of the macro.  I'm writing Mathematica macros as
described on pages 40-41 of the manual for Mathematica Link for EXCEL
- Version 3.0.

My question is "How do I identify the fully qualified names of the
Mathematica macros for purposes of identifying them for the Monte
Carlo simulation controlled by @Risk?"

Thanks.

Larry



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