STEM help / Exchanging data

6.8 Other ways of exporting results to Microsoft Excel

The STEM add-in for Excel allows you to run models and access results directly from Microsoft Excel, as described in 6.5 Working with the STEM Add-In for Excel. STEM also provides a number of other ways to export STEM results to Excel. For quick, one-off analyses, or if you simply want to include results from a STEM model in a report, you can copy or save data directly from graphs you have drawn on the screen. For more established modelling procedures, where you may wish to export the same set of results for a number of different scenarios, on more than one occasion, you can define the content and layout for a set of output tables, which can be generated from the latest results with a single command.


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