ABOUT THIS RELEASE
Related to: 1364.0.15.001.
The Treasury Macro-economic (TRYM) Model of the Australian economy has been developed and is used within the Commonwealth Treasury of Australia. The TRYM Model was designed to assist in policy analysis and forecasting at the macro-economic level. It can be used as a tool to assist with understanding the workings of the Australian economy and with economic research and analysis. The Model continues to be the focus of research and development. The TRYM Model is available in two versions: a TSP version and a standalone Windows compatible version. The TRYM Database is included in both versions of the Model and is also available as a separate product. The standalone version of the TRYM product allows you to simulate the Model using a familiar Windows spreadsheet interface. The software assists time series analysis of data and Model results. The multiple document interface allows the concurrent use of time series databases and multiple data views and graphs; this facilitates comparison of different Model scenarios. Graphs and data derived from TRYM Databases and simulations can also be pasted into other Windows applications such as spreadsheets and word processors, or simply printed for reference and comparison. The Model comes with comprehensive documentation and a user's guide for running the Model in the interface software. The recommended PC hardware is a Pentium or 486DX (however it will run on a 80386 with at least 4MB of RAM, Microsoft Windows version 3.1 or later, and at least 5 MB of free disk space.
Note: Also available is the TSP Version of TRYM (1364.0.15.001) and the TRYM Database (1364.0.15.003).
This page last updated 20 June 2006