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How to evaluate a notebook several times with distinct parameters?

 How to evaluate a notebook several times with distinct parameters?

I have a code, which is quite large. There, I consider parameters that are used inside series of procedures and numerically solved differential equations. At the end I plot the solution for those parameters. If I want to consider another situation, I have to consider another set of parameters, and plot them.

I would like to have a plot that includes, say, three cases of the parameters, and plot them together to see how the solutions changes with the paremeter.

My program is divided in blocks, each of them shows some particular results I want in the intermediate steps. So, it is like turning the code into a Table. You could translate my question into putting a DO or some repetitive command of a programming language, so the last result looks like running the code starting from a different parameters each time.

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Tip – Create several AutoSum Measures in with one click #Excel Power Pivot – #powerbi

April 14, 2017 / Erik Svensen

Tip – Create several AutoSum Measures in with one click #Excel Power Pivot – #powerbi

Just wanted to share a quick tip I just stumbled upon when designing a data model in Excel Power Pivot.

For creating a measure in Power Pivot, I place the cursor under the column and then I click the AutoSum button on the Home tab –

 Tip – Create several AutoSum Measures in with one click #Excel Power Pivot – #powerbi

And then I get the formula created quick and I can modify the name.

 Tip – Create several AutoSum Measures in with one click #Excel Power Pivot – #powerbi

But did you know that if you multiselect several cells in the Calculation Area and click the AutoSum – you get formulas for all the columns you have selected

 Tip – Create several AutoSum Measures in with one click #Excel Power Pivot – #powerbi

Hope you find this useful as well …

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New year and several updates

As most of you have probably noticed I have not been very active recently, this has everything to do with the recently released preview for Power BI that took all my time. Luckily now that we shipped the first preview I hope to be able to spend some time on blogging again, mostly on the amazing new designer when more features come online for that.

Right now I am playing with the Power BI API’s in the hope that I can write a Power BI for WordPress plugin that allows anyone to track their usage using a wordpress plugin by directly  psuhing visitor statics into Power BI, more on this in a later blog post :).

I also updated the commenting system to use disqus, the out of the box wordpress commenting system is not great. This plugin looks great imho icon smile New year and several updates Let me know if you have any issues or comments on the new commenting system.

Happy new year!

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