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    yang1648@umn.edu commented,

    Changing RPC would only help me change the allocation between total local demand and total imports without changing the total intermediate or institutional demand.

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    yang1648@umn.edu commented,

    Hello, I apologize I was not clear in the last post. My study is on consumption-based regional GHG emission accounting.Although there are very small differences in consumption patterns across r...

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    Customize institutional and intermediate demand

    Hello, I have a question on how to customize total intermediate demand and total institutional demand in IMPLAN. For example, if I want to change the intermediate demand for commodity 3031: ele...

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    yang1648@umn.edu commented,

    Or, For example, a region has a huge electricity plant and generate more electricity than the regional use. In this case, I assume the RPC should be 1. If the original IMPLAN model has a very low...

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    yang1648@umn.edu commented,

    Hello Thank you for your explanation. I want to customize the Sacramento county model based on the bottom up electricity generation and use data from California Energy Commission. For example, ...

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    yang1648@umn.edu commented,

    Hello, I did not change the RSC for this sector. I already send the model to implangroup@implan.com. Thank you for your reply and help!

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    Customize RPC

    Hello, I am trying to adjust the RPC for electricity generation and distribution sector for 2010 Sacramento County Model. The default value is 0.38, and I want to change the institutional and ind...

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    RPC in Service Sectors

    Hello, I am confused about what Regional Purchase Coefficient (RPC) stands for in service sectors. I know RPC is the proportion of local supply that satisfies local demand. For example, in Retail...

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    yang1648@umn.edu commented,

    I have one more question to follow up. I am interested in calibrating the production of sector 31: electricity generation by local electricity generation data. When I click customize > study area...

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    yang1648@umn.edu commented,

    Yes. This is very helpful! Thank you so much for your detailed explanation!