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Increasing the sustainable value and facilitating the decision-making process of mining projects since 2010

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How to Run a Scenario

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Video 1: Downloading MiningMath.

Reach out to our knowledge base home page if you wish for a quick introduction to MiningMath technology prior to a hands-on approach.

On MiningMath’s interface, you will find the Marvin block model and its scenarios (Figure 1). It is possible to preview the scenario and its parameters before opening it (Figure 2).

Choose and open Base Case, click the “Overview” tab (Figure 3) to check the parameters, and then click on “Run” to run the optimization (Figure 4).

After that, a short report with the results will be generated. To view it, check all the boxes on the “Load Options” window and click on “Load” (Figure 5).

Finally, whenever you feel ready to run your own scenarios, start by formatting your data here.

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