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    units on employment data

    In the study area data, industry detail, are the employment data in job-years or another unit convention?

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    Duplicate activities upon importing

    When I import activities from Excel(using the 8/5/10 software update that allows imports to aggregated models), everything looks ok until I move on to the Analyze Scenarios page. There I see that a...

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    synapse commented,

    no, I have not updated the software. sorry, the model was aggregated. I was trying to view the impact results. I will send along the model. Thanks!

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    Thanks. I was actually oringinally trying to group them together, but that's ok. However, how could you then create activitities/events that reflect household and government spending? I see the ins...

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    "no row at position zero"

    I ran a test aggregated model this morning and got the message that it ran successfully. However, when I tried to view the results I got the message "no row at position 0" and IMPLAN shut down. Wha...

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    synapse commented,

    so in that case, how do you create events that effect households and governments in an aggregated model? Do they still show up in the results? (I tried to run a test on this but am receiving errors).

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    Households & Gov in custom aggregation scheme

    Is there a way to include households (10001-10009) and government (11001-12003) in a custom aggregation scheme? Why are these sectors not available to select? They are included in the 2 and 3 digit...

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    IxI Input Output Accounts

    Is there a way to view the IxI accounts by individual sectors, rather than aggregated as they are? Alternatively, is there a file that shows which individual sectors comprise the aggregated sectors...