Solver Max provides a collection of optimization model examples in Excel (using the Solver and OpenSolver add-ins) and Python.
Spreadsheets have errors like dogs have fleas. Nine out of every ten spreadsheets suffer some error, and consequences can be severe.
The cascading structure of typical spreadsheet formulae means that just about every spreadsheet is almost certainly wrong.
Research concludes unanimously that spreadsheet errors are both common and non-trivial. We must seek ways to reduce spreadsheet errors.
Good spreadsheets are essential for informing decision making. But most spreadsheets are not good. We help you make better spreadsheets.
This early spreadsheet, a Babylonian clay tablet c.1800 BC, contains several errors. How many errors do your spreadsheets have?
We can help you make better spreadsheets: