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Hi, Try the simplest A-script for the problem solve.

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Fortunately, QM gives us the opportunity to build the simple and clear models for problems of any complexity. But, to take advantage of this opportunity, it is necessary to learn the QM's materiel...

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Shrishank, Are you kidding?... If you have to delete Rows based on Criteria in separate (selectable) Fields you may write an A-script using this Algorithm: 1. Prompt the User to select a Category Item...

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Hi all. Shrishank, this is the simple A-script that solves your problem. It need to remember that A-script will not remove Rows if all rows contain only 'Ford' in the Product field. The reason for this:...

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Hi Juan, This is my version of the QM model for calculating the VE sensitivity to changes in EBITDA and Multiple. In addition to the EBITDA and Multiple inputs, you can also change the values ​​for...

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Hi, Keep the item 'Active HC -Budget'::Termination is completely filled with dates and try this formula: Fcst = If(#Month > Match(Month('Active HC -Budget'::Termination; "Jan");@Month; 0); 0; 1)

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FYI. Null, empty, negative and zero values have no effect when calculating parts of the whole. This is reason, why these values [u:1ta3rx47]are not shown[/u:1ta3rx47] on a pie chart.

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Hi, Try this formula: Revenue = sum(sublist(LayoutofMonth::Month:Revenue; 1)) skip Better Worse

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Hi, Try this D = ValueAt(@Matrix1::B; #D)

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