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Scott, I created a dummy example of what I think (but I may be wrong) you are looking for. Matrix1 is the input matrix inlcuding the categories Total First Year Trail and Positions. Matrix2 is the...

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Hi Lydia, I scripted a simple Normal Distribution function today which can be used with the same parameters like the built-in version of Quantrix. You can use the attached model "20120620 - NormalDistributionFunction...

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Hi Lydia, Unfortunately, you can't call the built-in functions with your scripts and therefore you have to write your own normal distribution function within your model. Maybe I can find some time today...

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Ben, grebe, I can confirm that the code provided by you, Ben, is working and the better solution than mine because it is more generic. [code:3ujqzzy6] |'P&L'::Quarters|.children.each...

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Hi grebe, I am not sure but this script could help you to solve your requirements or to show you a possible direction at least: [code:1h2rikwg] for (def int i = 1; i<= 3; i++) { |'P&L'::Quarters|.children[i].values...

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Yes, the reason for this behavior is this function: [code:3nysy3ps] QValueFactory.createSingletonValueList(getRandomNumber()) [/code:3nysy3ps] createSingletonValueList() creates a list with just...

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Apollo, Just a quick and maybe a silly idea: Create a seperate function inlcuding the code [code:o88cyp90] return new Random().nextDouble() [/code:o88cyp90] Your class looks then like this: [code:o88cyp90]...

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A good idea. We need something like this: [code:2lx12e5o] RunScript("NameOfTheScript") [/code:2lx12e5o] dom

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A good idea. Something like [code:2lr8k2v5] RunScript("NameOfTheScript") [/code:2lr8k2v5] dom

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