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No Crystal Ball distribution, but as illustrated below it can be constructed with Crystal Ball's Custom distribution


This is another form of the cumulative ascending distribution but here the list of cumulative probabilities represents the probabilities of being greater than or equal to their corresponding x-values.


An example of the Cumulative descending distribution is given below:



Example of a Cumulative Descending distribution,

using data ({0,1,4,6,10},{1.0,0.8,0.6,0.1,0})




See Cumulative Ascending distribution



The Cumulative descending distribution is not directly available in Crystal Ball. However, if you have data that is in a cumulative descending form, you can easily convert it, so that you can use the Cumulative Ascending distribution that you can construct using Crystal Ball's Custom distribution, as is shown in the figure below.


The data used in Crystal Ball's Custom Cumulative ascending distribution below is "C10:D16".



The resultant Cumulative Ascending distribution will look like this:





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