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Administrate Sensitivity Models
Use this dialog to manage sensitivity models previously saved.
Select the sensitivity model category from the drop-down list. Click on:

Edit to edit a model .
Execute to run a model.
Delete to delete a model from the list.
Create toolbar with the saved models to create a toolbar with the
models saved to apply them directly and quickly.

For example, edit the tornado model called Tornado 1.

In this example, add an input to the saved model and then see the result
of running this model In the Inputs section, click on the green Plus (+) sign.

In this new dialog choose the input to be added, namely Interest Expense.

Then click OK. The added input will appear at the bottom of the input list
as shown in the screenshot below:
Click Save Changes if you want to save changes made.
Still in the dialog, select the Tornado Models category, choose
the model you just modified and run it by clicking on Execute.
You can see the result in the screenshot below. Notice that the last input added is
already part of the saved model.
If you click on Create toolbar with the saved models, the following toolbar will be created:
As you select Tornado 1, this model will be executed. This model is saved
as a Tornado model, with the input added above

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