Tutorials

Tutorials

Use these tutorials to prepare yourself for our Quantitative Risk Assessment courses.  If you understand the basics of the tutorials below you will be that much more prepared when you step foot in the classroom. (Below are links to 3rd party sites, JIFSAN has no control over the content of these links).

 

Excel 2010

Basic Excel 2010 Part 1 - Basics of a spreadsheet or workbook.

Basic Excel 2010 Part 2 - Basics of calculations.

Basic Excel 2010 Part 3 - Basics of data entry and editing spreadsheets.

Basic Excel 2010 Part 4 - Basic Functions such as auto sum.

Basic Excel 2010 Part 5 - Additional Functions.

 

Excel 2013

Excel 2013 Creating a Workbook - Basics of creating and modifying a spreadsheet or workbook.

Excel 2013 Simple Functions - Average a group of numbers.

 

Excel 2010 & 2013

Learn Excel Online Free from Reddit - Complete suite of excel learning tools.

 

@RISK

@RISK Quick Start

@RISK Guided Tour

2 minute overview of @RISK

How to Run a Simulation in @RISK

Basic Guided Tour of @RISK - PowerPoint (pptx) format (for older versions of excel and @RISK).

Model for Basic Guided Tour – Use this model for the above basic guided tour (xls) format.

@RISK Tutorial - Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format.

 

ModelAssist

ModelAssist is the most comprehensive FREE training and reference software available! It can be used as a 'personal risk analysis expert' and has a number of distinct strengths compared to live-training and other risk analysis training products:

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You can view individual quizzes on selective processes by clicking on one of the links below:

A quiz on The binomial process

A quiz on The Poisson process

A quiz on The hypergeometric process

A quiz on Central Limit Theorem

A quiz on Bayesian inference

A quiz on Interpreting risk analysis results

A quiz on Distributions

A quiz on Approximating distributions

A quiz on Fitting distributions to data

A quiz on Modeling expert opinion

A quiz on Probability distribution identities 1

A quiz on Probability distribution identities 2