Execute, load excel file and read parameters´value

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Execute, load excel file and read parameters´value

Postby ZNSen » 1 week ago

Hi dear all,

I want to read an excel sheet in GAMS. the file contains series of 500 values per year for each variable a,b and c. it is a parameter that I define as Stk(yr,i,se). The values are saved in an excel sheet with 3 dimensions Rdim=2 Cdim=1 like the following example
1 2 3 ...500
a y1
a y2
...
a y10
b y1
b y2
...
b y10
...

So I proceed this way (see code below) but it couldn´t work out . the erroe messages are:
140 Unknown symbol (related to 'a' in the following declaration ----->Randomdata('a',Yr,Se) = Rdata('Maize',Yrn0,Se) ;
149 Uncontrolled set entered as constant (related to 'Se' in the following declaration ----->Randomdata('a',Yr,Se) = Rdata('Maize',Yrn0,Se)).

But before that they was an error related to the lign (execute 'gdxxrw.exe......), I think that it was not well stated.


Please provide some hints. Thanks for your consideration

[code][/
Se series of stochastic yield term /1*500/
i products / a,b,c /
Yr year / 2014*2025/

t0(Yr) Year 0
tl(Yr) Last year

Yrn0(Yr) time path /2014*2025/

ti(Yrn0) first year for considered time frame
tf(Yrn0) final year for considered time frame

crop for data calculations /a,b,c/

Parameter
Stk(Yr,i,Se)


* read data from Excel
execute 'gdxxrw.exe i="stochastic yields.xlsx" o=Randomdata.gdx par=Rdata rng=Sample!A1 Rdim=2 Cdim=1 MaxDupeErrors = <500> ';

execute_load 'Randomdata.gdx', Rdata;

Display Rdata ;

* stochastic yield data
Randomdata('a',Yr,Se) = Rdata('Maize',Yrn0,Se) ;
Randomdata('b',Yr,Se) = Rdata('Rice',Yrn0,Se) ;
Randomdata('c',Yr,Se) = Rdata('Sorghum',Yrn0,Se) ;

*Assign values
stk('Yr0',i,Se)= 0 ;
STK(Yr,i,Se)= Rdata(crop,Yrn0,Se) ;]

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Re: Execute, load excel file and read parameters´value

Postby gamsadmin » 2 days ago

Hi
Add Trace = 3 at the end of your gdxxrw command and you will see if there are errors when importing the data.
I only see that you define Stk(yr,i,se) but in the table the order seems to be i,yr,se (or se,yr,i).
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