I've just posted the latest version of the Productivity Pack macros. We've been working on this for several months. A lot of the focus has been on ironing out bugs and improving the underlying code. We've also added a few new tools and updated the functionality of existing tools. Check
Looks like we're getting close to the finish line!
I've long believed that the best way to learn something is to teach it. To increase my own knowledge and skill around data visualisation, I created this free introduction to data visualisation course [https://www.fullstackmodeller.com/free-data-visualisation-course] as part of my teaching work with Full Stack Modeller [https://www.
Monterey, the latest version of macOS, no longer has Python built in. This left us with a tricky keystroke problem to solve.
Welcome to the new followers who joined after I posted about the Handbook in the Modeller's Miscellany. I admit to being a little nervous about opening up the Handbook to a broader audience. But I guess it's out there now! Thanks for joining! Since my last update, I've been working
I think the finish line is in sight, although the list of placeholders on the table of contents [https://www.financialmodellinghandbook.org/contents/] seems to grow faster than the new links I'm adding. Here are the major additions since my last update: Productivity pack macros We've been pushing the productivity
There should be an annual prize for the worst one.
My friend Gerard shared this one. It measures 1.4m if you stretch it out. Brilliant. Keep them coming. =IF(AND( $N97<>1,$O97<>1),$F97*$I97 * IF( AND( HeavyVehInd=2, X$4>=RoadStartYr), (1-$L97),(1-$K97))*(1-INDEX( X$5:X$7, MATCH($Q97,$Q$5:$Q$7,0)
Dear friends, Many thanks for continuing to follow me on the journey of putting this book together. Over the last week or two, I've been thinking about what makes this book different from others out there. And I think it's this: a focus on teaching modelling as an integrated system.
Our relocation is complete!