Variation experiment results show:

- How changing a certain parameter value in a scenario affects the supply chain.
- How a certain stochastic parameter in a scenario affects the supply chain.

The results of the Variation experiment run are displayed in the form of a table in the Variation results tab below the Variation experiment view. If required, you can rename, remove the tab, or export the content of the tab to MS Excel file. Each record in the table corresponds to the experiment iteration.

The table contains the following columns:

- Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions, e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
- Description - the name of the experiment iteration which contains the data the result is received for;
- The set of columns for each collected statistics:
- mean - calculated arithmetic average of the collected statistics' values;
- min - calculated minimum value of the collected statistics' values;
- max - calculated maximum value of the collected statistics' values;
- stdDev - calculated standard deviation of the collected statistics' values.

- Run the experiment.
- Once the experiment is completed, a new Result item will be created in the Variation experiment branch.
- Click Result, to analyze the results, if you have previously navigated away from it..

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