Overview

A conventional data table is a one- or two-dimensional table showing the results of a calculation (model outputs) at various model input values inserted into the headings of rows and/or columns of the data table.

In this file I will introduce a non-conventional way of using data tables which allows to extend a traditional sensitivity analysis. This method relies on the ability of data tables to evaluate a model many times at various input assumptions.

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