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10 Jan 2011 Electricity Load and Price Forecasting Webinar Case Study Slides and MATLAB® code for the day-ahead system load and price forecasting case study. Author: Ameya Deoras

Ameya,

I wish to supplement one more point regarding the problem mentioned above: I could successfully run the loadForecast.m in Matlab and generate the forecast.

So, I wonder if there was something wrong with my setups in the operating system or in the Visual Studio environment at the compile-time and run-time, e.g., the path or whatsoever possible.

I look forward to your hints and helps. Thanks.

07 Jan 2011 Electricity Load and Price Forecasting Webinar Case Study Slides and MATLAB® code for the day-ahead system load and price forecasting case study. Author: Ameya Deoras

I wish to get some helps from you to test the running the function in the spreadsheet.

I have compiled your Forecaster.prj and imported the corresponding .bas files into the Forecaster.xlsm. But when I tried it by clicking the "Compute Forecast" button, it showed the run-time errors in the forecast cells, as shown below:

Error in Forecaster.Class1.1_0: Undefined function or method 'sim' for input arguments of type 'struct'.
Error in => loadForecast.m at line 56

The folder where the sim.m situated was already in my Matlab path when I checked through the Set Path command.

I also noticed that you had indicated in the loadForecast.m the paths for looking up the NN and tree models as well as the data file.

Could you please kindly provide some hints to pin point and solve the problem?

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