Extend Linear Expenditure System model is a collection of multiple linear models, and modeling is a clearly tedious process. The innovation of this paper is trying to find a simple way of ELES modeling, which means, in order to omit the modeling process one by one, we try to use Excel functionality to create a model workplace. As long as you replace the original sample data in the workspace, you can get the results you want.
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