100 Excel VBA Simulations: Using Excel VBA to Model Risk, Investments, Genetics. Growth, Gambling, and Monte Carlo Analysis by Dr. Gerard M. Verschuuren.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Chapter 1: The Die Is Cast
Chapter 2: Casting Six Dice
Chapter 3: Roulette Machine
Chapter 4: An X-O Game
Chapter 5: ASlot Machine
Chapter 6: Gamblers’Ruin
Chapter 7: Lottery Numbers
Chapter 8: Win or Lose?
Chapter 9: ALetter Game
Chapter 10: AThree-Way Circuit
Chapter 11: Flock Behavior
Chapter 12: Samples
Chapter 13: ANormal Distribution
Chapter 14: Distribution Simulations
Chapter 15: Discrete Distributions
Chapter 16: Peaks
Chapter 17: Confidence Margins
Chapter 18: Sample Size and Confidence Interval
Chapter 19: Random Repeats
Chapter 20: Flipping a Fair Coin?
Chapter 21: Simulation of Sick Cases
Chapter 22: Unbiased Sampling
Chapter 23: Transforming a LogNormal Distribution
Chapter 24: Outlier Detection
Chapter 25: Bootstrapping
Chapter 26: Bean Machine Simulation
Chapter 27: Correlated Distributions
Chapter 28: Sorted Random Sampling
Chapter 29: Frequencies
III. MONTE CARLO SIMULATIONS
Chapter 30: The Law of Large Numbers
Chapter 31: Brownian Motion
Chapter 32: Ehrenfest Urn
Chapter 33: Random Walk
Chapter 34: AData Table with Memory
Chapter 35: Juror Selection in Court
Chapter 36: Running Project Costs
Chapter 37: Forecasting Profits
Chapter 38: Uncertainty in Sales
Chapter 39: Exchange Rate Fluctuations
Chapter 40: Shuffling Chromosomes
Chapter 41: Sex Determination
Chapter 42: Mendelian Laws
Chapter 43: The Hardy-Weinberg Law
Chapter 44: Genetic Drift
Chapter 45: Two Selective Forces
Chapter 46: Differential Fitness
Chapter 47: Molecular Clock
Chapter 48: DNASequencing
Chapter 49: Matrix Elimination
Chapter 50: Integration with Simulation
Chapter 51: Two Monte Carlo Integrations
Chapter 52: Monte Carlo Approach of Pi
Chapter 53: APopulation Pyramid
Chapter 54: Predator-Prey Cycle
Chapter 55: Taking Medication
Chapter 56: The Course of an Epidemic
Chapter 57: Boltzmann Equation for Sigmoidal Curves
Chapter 58: Interpolation
Chapter 59: ARigid Pendulum
Chapter 60: APiston Sinusoid
Chapter 61: The Brusselator Model
Chapter 62: AHawk-Dove Game
Chapter 63: Prognosis of Sales
Chapter 64: Cycle Percentiles
Chapter 65: Cost Estimates
Chapter 66: AFiltering Table
Chapter 67: Profit Changes
Chapter 68: Risk Analysis
Chapter 69: Scenarios
Chapter 70: Market Growth
Chapter 71: ATraffic Situation
Chapter 72: Quality Control
Chapter 73: Waiting Time Simulation
Chapter 74: Project Delays
Chapter 75: Buy or Sell Stock
Chapter 76: Moving Averages
Chapter 77: Automatic Totals and Subtotals
Chapter 78: Fluctuations of APR
Chapter 79: Net Present Value
Chapter 80: Loan with Balance and Principal
Chapter 81: S&P500 Performance
Chapter 82: Stock Market
Chapter 83: Stock Volatility
Chapter 84: Return on Investment
Chapter 85: Value at Risk
Chapter 86: Asian Options
Chapter 87: Cracking a Password
Chapter 88: Encrypting Text
Chapter 89: Encrypting a Spreadsheet
Chapter 90: Numbering Records
Chapter 91: Sizing Bins for Frequencies
Chapter 92: Creating Calendars
Chapter 93: Populating a Jagged Array
Chapter 94: Filtering a Database
Chapter 95: Formatting Phone Numbers
Chapter 96: Creating Gradients
Chapter 97: Aligning Multiple Charts
Chapter 98: Temperature Fluctuations
Chapter 99: Working with Fiscal Years
Chapter 100: Time Calculations
Value Type Variables
Ranges vs. Cells
About The Author:
Dr. Gerard M. Verschuuren is a human geneticist who also earned a doctorate in the philosophy of science. He studied and worked at universities in Europe and the United States and
wrote several biology textbooks in Dutch. During this time, he also used and programmed computer software, including Excel, to simulate scientific problems.
Currently, he is semi-retired and spends most of his time as a writer, speaker, and consultant on the interface of science and computer programming.
His most recent computer-related books are:
1. From VBA to VSTO (Holy Macro! Books, 2006).
2. Visual Learning Series (MrExcel.com).
3. VBScript (CD)
4. Excel 2013 for Scientists (CD)
5. Excel 2013 for Scientists (book)
6. 100 Excel Simulations (book)
7. Excel 2013 VBA (CD)
8. Excel Video Medley (double DVD)
This book covers a variety of Excel simulations, from gambling to genetics. The 100 simulations covered offer an exciting and fun alternative to the usual Excel topics and include situations such as roulette, sex determination, population growth, and traffic patterns, among 95 others.
The simulations covered offer a fun alternative to the usual Excel topics and include situations such as roulette, password cracking, sex determination, population growth, and traffic patterns, among many others.
⏩This is a wonderful book! About a year ago I bought Dr. Verschuuren’s other book on Excel Simulations which created all of the simulations with formulas and lacked any VBA code. While useful for some, for me that fell a bit short. But his new book, 100 Excel VBA Simulations, perfectly hits the mark. Each of the 100 examples is presented in a concise and strait forward way on two pages of the book. One one page he explains the simulation, provides illustrations of how it works, and offers a very insightful “what you need to know” section where he explains the theory and nuances of each. On the adjoining page he presents the VBA code used to create each simulation. DO NOT be afraid to buy this book if you are new to VBA. The typically 20-30 lines of code is organized, logical, and extremely easy to follow. The code is rich with examples of how to manipulate data, tables, arrays, dialog boxes and graphs. This alone makes it worth the price. Topics cover everything from Business to Finance to Genetics to Gambling to Monte Carlo simulations.All of the examples in the book can be downloaded from his companion website. While the examples are presented in a brief but comprehensive way, most of them are sufficiently complex to challenge your creativity and create a starting point to build rich, useful simulations of your own.
⏩This is the material missing in most if not all books teaching VBA. Having a good guide like Excel 2016 power programming or Excel 2016 VBA and Macros in combination with this book will help you trully master the Basic’s on Variable’s, formula’s, looping, ranges. It demonstrates with fun mostly short scripts (Yes the simulations are also fun, interesting etc.) how things work.
The books referred to above all contain examples and those do help, but having something this practical in addition is just what you need to really get to the bottom of the material. This book basically contains the homework assignments missing in teaching books.
As a bonus it gives some great examples of using vb formulas. A good methaphor for what I mean is: “you have mastered vlookup in excel and all of a sudden discover indexmatch or sumproduct”.
➤This book has an impressive breadth of examples from different areas. The writing is very straightforward and explanations seem very understandable for the beginning student. The companion website is an extraordinary resource!
Dr. Bud Banis, Professor of Logistics, University of Missouri, St. Louis ” This is from Back Cover“.
100 Excel VBA Simulations: Using Excel VBA to Model Risk, Investments, Genetics. Growth, Gambling, and Monte Carlo Analysis by Dr. Gerard M. Verschuuren pdf.
⏩Author: Dr. Gerard M. Verschuuren
⏩Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 18, 2016)
⏩Puplication Date: November 18, 2016
⏩Size: 13.8 MB
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