Click on the Add button. In the Load Inflation DataSet window, type in the name of the

dataset in the Inflation DataSetName box, and then click on the Browse button to the right of

the Database box to choose the dataset that you want to import. Click OK. The Inflation

DataSet Manager window will appear. Here you may view the data that you just loaded.

At this point you may add more data by clicking Add, or you may complete this step by clicking

OK. Clicking OK takes you to the Manage Setups window, where in the Inflation DataSets

box, you should see an entry for the inflation dataset that you just loaded. Format Inflation Data

Table 4-10a presents the variables that can be used in inflation datasets, and Table 4-10b

presents a sample of what a dataset might look like. Note that if you are loading your own

inflation data, you can use different names than the ones specified below. Instead of specifying

"AllGoodsIndex" you could have a variable called "General Index" -- this is fine so long as you

make sure that your valuation functions properly reference these inflation variables.



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