- Risk and decision analysis
      using Monte Carlo simulations.

Excel-based Monte Carlo simulations

Statscorer™ is a new kind of Excel-based "Monte Carlo" simulation software. You can perform risk analysis within your conventional spreadsheets and make better decisions under uncertainty.

First, Statscorer has been designed to be as easy as possible and to offer a maximum of flexibility and interoperability with Microsoft® Excel®. You will be amazed at how it can take advantage of Excel's versatility to define a stochastic model simply the way you want and give power to your spreadsheets.

There is almost no modeling limit, unless you are limited yourself with Excel!

Whereas competing products often focus on subsidiary features, Statscorer has been designed to allow in-depth stochastic modeling. In particular, you can explicitly correlate inputs by using formal expressions or direct cell link.

Special attention has been paid to defining custom distributions, thus allowing you to easily compare results coming out of many different situations that you have modeled in your spreadsheet.

low-discrepancy algorithm
Statscorer also benefits an original method for generating samples of values whose statistical characteristics fit perfectly the distributions you require. With few iterations, results are more accurate and output graphs are clearer for a better understanding.

Statscorer is both simple and comprehensive. Feel free to download a 15-day evaluation version to make your opinion: no personal information is required, no files are installed on your hard drive nor will your Excel framework be modified.

  How does it work?

Roughly speaking, Monte Carlo simulations consist in processing a lot of trials (on the basis of assumptions made by the user) and measuring the outcomes and how likely these ones are to occur. Thus, they are useful for solving non trivial problems and modeling processes with significant uncertainty:

  • calculation of risk/opportunity in every kind of businesses (project kick-off, commercial offer design, ...)
  • estimate of physical quantities, financial derivatives, ...
  • optimization, pricing
  • case studies
  • ...

General information about Monte Carlo simulations can be found at the corresponding Wikipedia page.

  Main features

  • compatible with Excel 2000 or higher for Windows
  • light! no installation nor framework needed – just download and execute!
  • no need to modify your original spreadsheets
  • no arbitrary number of inputs/outputs
  • proprietary algorithm to generate points sequences, allowing very low discrepancy and fast convergence
  • simulations are calculated 100% within Excel, ensuring full compliance with your spreadsheet model
  • direct inputs correlation with analytic expressions or cell link
  • 9 continuous and 5 discrete famous distributions (and more to come in the future...)
  • custom distributions (discrete and continuous) quoted and updated directly from your Excel sheet
  • save and load model functionalities
  • raw data export

If you want to learn more about how to use Statscorer, have a look at the examples page or consult the Statscorer online documentation.

Statscorer will be maintained and upgraded frequently so that you can enjoy every last feature during the period of your license, free of additional charges.

Feel free to visit the forum and contact our support at support@statscorer.com or at the contact page to ask for information or send an evolution request. User's reports will be of highest importance in every next release of Statscorer!

You can consult this page in french.

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Microsoft Excel® has to be purchased separately from Statscorer.