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    Yeah...had a look at creating a custom token, yet my problem is I still have nowhere to assign the value of the previous token ?? Let me hit you up on skype. 🖖
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    Hello, I recreated Matlab Step which works with Matlab 2017. Can you try this? We'r using this step for our optimization problems an it works well. CallMatlab.dll
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    In the install directory, there is a executable called Simio64.exe. that is the 64 bit simio, you can create a shortcut to this..thanks.. No need to uninstall anything.
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    Not sure what cost you want to monitor. For example ,you accmulated various cost elements to a server, you can separate them like below... Server1.CapitalCost Server1.Capacity.UsageCostCharged Server1.Capacity.IdleCost etc... Best regards/Jeff http://www.simio-china.com
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    I just reposted what was previously there.
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    congratulations, gocken! welldone
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    This script will combine output files from Experiments that use the Write Step. It will average the cells across all selected sheets, and is designed to work with .CSVs that are the same shape. In R Studio, the code needs to be ran as "source" y = 1 x = 1 fileIterate = 1 readline(prompt="Press Enter To Select Files: ") fileSave <- choose.files(default = "", caption = "Select files", multi = TRUE, filters = Filters, index = nrow(Filters)) readline(prompt="Press Enter To Select Output Folder: ") outputFolder <- choose.dir(default = "", caption = "Select folder") fileName <- readline(prompt="Enter Output File Name: ") buildFile <- read.csv(fileSave[fileIterate], header = TRUE, sep = ",") fileIterate = fileIterate + 1 while(fileIterate <= length(fileSave)) { holderFile <- read.csv(fileSave[fileIterate], header = TRUE, sep = ",") while( y <= ncol(buildFile)){ while(x <= nrow(buildFile)){ buildFile[x,y] <- mean(holderFile[x,y],buildFile[x,y]) x = x + 1; } y = y +1; x = 1; } x = 1 y = 1 fileIterate = fileIterate + 1 } fileName <- paste(fileName, ".csv") outputTheFile <- paste(outputFolder, fileName,sep = "\\") write.csv(buildFile, file = outputTheFile)
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    Hi, The conversion of Distributions to the correct Simio format has been an issue for me for a while, thus I created this macro to convert from @Risk distributions to simio format distributions. I hope that more will share there conversion methods from other software. Regards, Willem DistributionsSimioTo@Risk.xlsm
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    A big THANK YOU to: Luis Ernesto Mancilla Espinoza División de Estudios de Posgrado e Investigacion Instituto Tecnológico de León (SEP) Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico who has created a Spanish translation based on our getting started guide. You can download it here: http://www.simio.com/downloads/public/documents/guia_practica_de_simio_mediante_ejemplos_v02.pdf