It should work fine. Andrew

]]>You may be finding a bad solution that is within the solution tolerance; try making the tolerance smaller. Andrew

]]>The problem I’m facing is that I solve the model only minimizing cost, for which I would theoretically get the minimum cost possible (let´s say 100.000 USD). Then, I solve the model using another criteria (for example, reducing time), without modifying any parameters, and the cost that I then get is actually lower than the one calculated before (let’s say 97.000 USD).

How can that be possible? Could it be that the model has too high tolerance / error and is not finding the actual minimum value?

Thank you for your time,

Jordi

We don’t have that capability on Google Sheets, sorry.

]]>I’m running OpenSolver for google sheets. Works great, but I would like to run a sensitivity analysis. I looked up “sensitivity analysis” on the OpenSolver website, and it looks like none of the solvers mentioned are available on my version. How do I find the version/solvers of google sheets that’ll run a sensitivity analysis?

Thanks,

Isaiah E.

CBC is included.

]]>OpenSolver is released under the GPL. This simply reflects the fact that if it is redistributed, then a copy of the source code will be included anyway (because that is how VBA works), and this code cannot be password protected.

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