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  • Planning Models Guidance: Model Certification | Software
  • Eviews Statistical Software You are leaving a Federal Government web site. Click this icon for more information.
  • SAS Statistical Software You are leaving a Federal Government web site. Click this icon for more information.
  • USACE IWR Planning Suite: plan formulation, cost effectiveness/incremental cost analysis, multi-criteria tool You are leaving a Federal Government web site. Click this icon for more information.
  • ESRI GIS Tools You are leaving a Federal Government web site. Click this icon for more information.
  • Automated Cost Engineering Integrated Tools: cost and statistical software available for free to the Army You are leaving a Federal Government web site. Click this icon for more information.
  • @RISK: statistical add-in software to Excel You are leaving a Federal Government web site. Click this icon for more information.
  • Palisade Software: PrecisionTree, TopRank, StatTools, Evolver, RISKOptimizer, @Risk You are leaving a Federal Government web site. Click this icon for more information.
  • Stata: statistical software You are leaving a Federal Government web site. Click this icon for more information.
  • UASCE Collaborative Planning Toolkit
  • USACE-HEC Training Courses
  • PALISADE @RISK You are leaving a Federal Government web site. Click this icon for more information.
    @RISK is a commercial software application of Palisade Corporation that functions as an add-in to Microsoft® Excel. As an add-in, @RISK becomes seamlessly integrated with Excel spreadsheets, adding risk analysis to existing models. @RISK uses a technique known as a Monte Carlo simulation to show all possible outcomes. Running an analysis with @RISK involves three steps.
    • Define Uncertainty - by replacing uncertain values in the spreadsheet model with @RISK probability distribution functions. These @RISK functions simply represent a range of different possible values that cells could take instead of limiting it to just one value
    • Select output cells whose values are of interest
    • Simulate - @RISK recalculates the spreadsheet model hundreds or thousands of times. Each time, @RISK samples random values from the @RISK functions you entered and records the resulting outcome.

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