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As some projects mature and progress, the confidence of estimates of the various parameters typically increase. The more mature the more confident the estimates become.
Consider the following table, which has a 'Mass' column and a 'Maturity' column.
When the 'Maturity Projection' function is used, the following form appears, which is a slight variation of the rollup form.
Once the user selects their source data column they can click the 'Insert Equations' button.
The equations are written in the seven columns to the right of the table.
The first two columns are the positive and negative tolerance values associated with the maturity scores. A higher score results in a tighter tolerance.
The third and fourth columns are min and max projections of the 'Mass' column.
The fifth, sixth and seventh columns are rollups of the min projection, max projections, and the nominal projections.
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