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Data Multiple Operations [closed]

asked 2013-02-03 07:06:55 +0200

philtroy gravatar image

Hi! Hi

I would like to use Data Multiple Operations to generate repeated random samples. I have a function in cell $B$21 which is a function of two random samples (calls to rand() in other cells). I highlight cells D30:E33 and invoke Data Multiple Operations. I specify cell $B$21 as the formulae, and cell $K$1 as the column input cell. I put 1, 2, 3, and 4 in cells D30:D33.

My expectation is that this will generate different results in cells E30:E33, but it does not. This expectation is a) because that is how a one dimensional data table works in excel, and b because if I enter 1 into K1 the value does change, and if I enter 2 into K1 the value changes again, . . .

Interestingly, if I put =rand() into cell $B$21, each value in $E$30:$E$33 is different.

Can someone please explain if there is a way to do what I want, and also, the logic behind the way that data multiple operations works?

Thanks . . .

Phil

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answered 2014-10-08 19:28:58 +0200

lactea gravatar image

In my eyes, there are numerous issues in =multiple.operations(). Especially on big datasheets or complex formulas they do not give me any result. I made a ticket half a year ago, it is not even assigned yet.

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answered 2013-03-10 05:29:07 +0200

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Hi @philtroy,

Sorry that we haven't been able to provide you an Answer to your question yet. Any chance that you've found an answer on your own?

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