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First Training Dates Announced For Analyst’s Input-Output Tool

These training sessions are designed to introduce participants to OMAFRA’s new Input-Output Modelling in Analyst. The sessions consist of a blended classroom-style learning and hands-on training. Participants will be guided through:

  • A brief overview of the functions and applications of the Analyst tool
  • An introduction to input-output modelling and its connection to economic base theory
  • Describing a regional economy by using descriptive data in the Analyst and practical examples using this data
  • Quantifying the estimated impacts of changes to a regional economy using the predictive functionality of the new reports
  • The uses and limitations of Input-Output modelling

The training dates and locations are:

Date (2017)


To Register

Friday, March 17 Midhurst, Ontario http://ontario.ca/c477
Tuesday March 21 Kingston, Ontario https://www.eventbrite.ca
Thursday, March 23 London, Ontario http://ontario.ca/c477
Tuesday, March 28 Vineland, Ontario http://ontario.ca/c477

Each session will run from 10 am to 3 pm and includes lunch and training materials.

Want to know more? Read our Input-Output blog series:

  1. New Economic Modelling Tool
  2. Analyst: Input-Output Modelling. A Closer Look.



New Economic Modelling Tool

Analyst Input-Output Tool

The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs – in partnership with Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) – is excited to announce the addition of a Canadian version of their Input-Output Modelling tool in Analyst.

Input-Output models map out linkages within an economy by tracing the connections between industries, households and government. This is done by tracking the flow of money between those entities within a geographic area (for more background on input-output modelling). Continue reading New Economic Modelling Tool