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Repeatable risk events don’t have a ‘likelihood’

The story: a repeatable risk event The solution How to assess outcome likelihood, starting from event frequency Variable size events, in unknown numbers Questions for experts

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Likelihood of a future event…

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How to turn an event frequency into likelihood

count within a range, from a long-term event frequency

count within a range, from a history of events

size total within a range

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Summary of each article

Repeatable risk events don’t have a ‘likelihood’

The story: a repeatable risk event The solution How to assess outcome likelihood, starting from event frequency Variable size events, in unknown numbers Questions for experts

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How to turn an event frequency into likelihood

Overview of the series

What to read first: Repeatable risk events don’t have a ‘likelihood’

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About the Clear Lines Excel implementation

What to read first: How to turn an event frequency into likelihood

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Likelihood of a future event count within a range, from long-term event frequency

What to read first: About the Clear Lines Excel implementation How to turn an event frequency into likelihood

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Likelihood of a future event count within a range, from a long-term event frequency: in Excel

What to read first: Likelihood of a future event count within a range, from long-term event frequency

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Likelihood of a future event count within a range, from a history of events

First stage: the likelihood distribution Second stage: trials Comparing the trial distributions with the simple Poisson distribution Third and final stage: likelihoods for ranges Conclusions you may draw Count ranges and risk decisions

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Likelihood of a future event count within a range, from a history of events: in Excel

First stage: the likelihood distribution Second stage: trials Third and final stage: likelihoods for ranges

What to read first: Likelihood of a future event count within a range, from a history of events

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Likelihood of a future event size total within a range

Conceive a distribution for event sizes Find the size distribution parameters A lookup table for your event size distribution Include sizes in trials Find the proportion of trials that will push your buttons Conclusions you may draw

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Likelihood of a future event size total within a range: in Excel

Find the size distribution parameters Include sizes in trials Find the proportion of trials that will push your buttons

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Some results from Monte Carlo trials of total event sizes

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