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19.8. RiskMakeInput Equivalent in the RDK

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Applies to:
@RISK Developer Kit 4.1

Question:
I have defined my distribution functions in the RDK, but I want to run sensitivities using an expression as an input. I know I could do this in @RISK with the RiskMakeInput( ) function, but I don't see anything like that in the @RISK Developer Kit.

Response:
It's not exactly straightforward, but it can be done. Please have a look at the attached example, which was created by the developer of the RDK.

The example defines Discrete and General distributions as inputs, and gets sensitivity results on an expression involving the two distributions.

last edited: 2012-09-02

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