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Tue 27 Apr 2010, 16:04 replyReply Delegate Gail said...

Gail has attended:
Project Management course

Monte Carlo Software

Interested in how this could be linked into the project

For upcoming training course dates see: Pricing & availability

Wed 28 Apr 2010, 11:54 replyReply Trainer Andrew said...

RE: Monte Carlo Software

Hi Gail

Thank you for your question. Here are links to two projects that explore using Monte Carlo Analysis in Microsoft Project.

Jack Dahlgren on Free Monte Carlo Simulator for Microsoft Project
http://zo-d.com/blog/archives/microsoft-project/free-monte-carlo-simulator-for-microsoft-project-want-to-help-out.html

Rule of Thumb
http://rule-of-thumb.net/monte-carlo-simulation-for-ms-project/

I have also found an article from Microsoft on performing Monte Carlo Analysis using Excel
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA011118931033.aspx

I hope you find these of help.
Kind regards,
Andrew

Wed 28 Apr 2010, 11:54 replyReply Trainer Andrew said...

RE: Monte Carlo Software

Hi Gail

Thank you for your question. Here are links to two projects that explore using Monte Carlo Analysis in Microsoft Project.

Jack Dahlgren on Free Monte Carlo Simulator for Microsoft Project
http://zo-d.com/blog/archives/microsoft-project/free-monte-carlo-simulator-for-microsoft-project-want-to-help-out.html

Rule of Thumb
http://rule-of-thumb.net/monte-carlo-simulation-for-ms-project/

I have also found an article from Microsoft on performing Monte Carlo Analysis using Excel
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA011118931033.aspx

I hope you find these of help.
Kind regards,
Andrew

Wed 28 Apr 2010, 11:55 replyReply Trainer Andrew said...

RE: Monte Carlo Software

Hi Gail

Thank you for your question. Here are links to two projects that explore using Monte Carlo Analysis in Microsoft Project.

Jack Dahlgren on Free Monte Carlo Simulator for Microsoft Project
http://zo-d.com/blog/archives/microsoft-project/free-monte-carlo-simulator-for-microsoft-project-want-to-help-out.html

Rule of Thumb
http://rule-of-thumb.net/monte-carlo-simulation-for-ms-project/

I have also found an article from Microsoft on performing Monte Carlo Analysis using Excel
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA011118931033.aspx

I hope you find these of help.
Kind regards,
Andrew

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