Questions about I X I Industry Details Output File

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    IMPLAN Support
    Hello Hyde, For us to get a better understanding on how to answer this question. We do believe you should be able to see at least some of these transaction in principle, but are uncertain because of both considerations of the aggregation and the region. Could you please email us a copy of your Zipped/Compressed model? Please include your post #15576 in the subject line. Thanks!
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    hydefantasy
    Here is the file
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    Hello Hyde, We apologize, but the file type for the model is not accepted on the forum. Please email us a copy of your Zipped/Compressed model and include the post #15576 in the subject line. Please send to implangroup@implan.com Thanks!
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    [attachment=386]zcreport.zip[/attachment] [attachment]IMPLAN Model 3 zcheng Regional IxI Sam Industry Detail Row Detail.csv[/attachment] [attachment=384]zcbalshttransit.jpg[/attachment] [attachment=385]zcbalshtpipe.jpg[/attachment] Hello Hyde, Thank you for your model. There are a couple of things that may being going on here. The attached excel file was exported from your model and it shows bidirectional flows between your Utility_Construction and warehouse and the and the rail:warehouse combinations. If you were not seeing these in your export, please let us know and we can see if we may be able to determine why your export did not include them. For the other flows you noted there actually aren't flows between those industries. You can verify this by going into the Explore> Social Accounts> Balance Sheet (Tab), and select View By: Commodity Balance Sheet and the Industry Demand tab. We have attached screen shots to verify. Please let us know if you have any additional questions, or concerns.
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    Hello Hyde, Thank you for your model. There are a couple of things that may being going on here. The attached excel file was exported from your model and it shows bidirectional flows between your Utility_Construction and warehouse and the and the rail:warehouse combinations. If you were not seeing these in your export, please let us know and we can see if we may be able to determine why your export did not include them. For the other flows you noted there actually aren't flows between those industries. You can verify this by going into the Explore> Social Accounts> Balance Sheet (Tab), and select View By: Commodity Balance Sheet and the Industry Demand tab. We have attached screen shots to verify. Please let us know if you have any additional questions, or concerns. [attachment=387]zcreport_2013-04-18.zip[/attachment]
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    hydefantasy
    Thanks for your quick reply. Here I have a few more questions. 1. I still couldn't see the industrial flow between those industries that I mentioned. For example, util_cns to warehouse, transit to transit, etc. Both in the table you sent and in my own export. I also couldn't find in the industry balance sheet, which you suggested. Does this indicate there is no intermediate demand between these industries? 2. I realized the differences of numbers in the export table and the industry balance sheet. I am trying to make an IO table for intermediate input of these 13 sectors, does the industry balance sheet provide the correct value? 3. In the industry balance sheet, I note there is a gross input and a regional input. Could you please explain what's their difference? Thanks a lot.
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    Hello Hyde, 1.Our apologizes, we misunderstood the flows you were looking for to be related to wholesale distribution (319) rather than you WareSo Sector 340. You are correct there is no industry demand for that Sector (WareSo) from Utils_Cns although the reverse flow is there (WareSo demands Util_Cns). Likewise, for transit (336) to (336) although there are demand flows of transit by many types of transport. You are correct, this indicates that there are no intermediate demands of Transit for Transit and no intermediate demands of warehousing from Utilities and Construction. 2. You can certainly access this information from the export sheet you have. If you haven't already we would recommend pivoting the table because this makes it easier to interpret, we have video instructions for pivoting a table at this link, if you need help. https://www.google.com/url?q=http://implan.com/v4/index.php%3Foption%3Dcom_content%26view%3Darticle%26id%3D699:how-to-create-a-pivot-table-%26catid%3D266:faq-videos%26Itemid%3D50&sa=U&ei=5ZFxUf7uKeSzygGB3oCoBQ&ved=0CAcQFjAA&client=internal-uds-cse&usg=AFQjCNGsk9-X5hldBtmgbVQNT2SfCVqgsA All this information can be accessed from the balance sheets, but the balance sheets are expressed in terms of commodity demand rather than Industry to Industry demand. Unfortunately we do not have balance sheets for IxI demand. 3. Gross Absorption reflects the total coefficient and corresponding value (Gross Inputs) of a commodity that is required to meet the level of production in your region. However, not all production is locally available, the Regional Absorption shows the portion of the Gross Absorption requirement that can be obtained from local sources, and the Regional Inputs reflect the dollar value, based on total industry output for that year, that is obtained locally. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
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