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Re: cFIREsim Running Change Log

Posted: Fri Sep 19, 2014 4:08 pm
by bo_knows
9-19-2014 - Version 2.0.11
-Changed "Years to Model" to "Retirement End Year" to avoid confusion about the period of simulation.
-Updated all saved simulations to reflect this change.

Re: cFIREsim Running Change Log

Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2014 4:27 pm
by bo_knows
9-22-2014 - Version 2.0.12
-Fixed a bug that was giving 100% failure rates when using the "Use Specific Years" data option.

Re: cFIREsim Running Change Log

Posted: Mon Oct 20, 2014 2:20 pm
by bo_knows
10-20-2014 - Version 2.0.13
- Fixed a bug that was incorrectly calculating the Guyton-Klinger spending method. Spending would skyrocket to the ceiling value and never come down.
- Fixed a bug where saved Guyton-Klinger simulations wouldn't show the specific "Guyton Klinger" options menu on the input page.

Re: cFIREsim Running Change Log

Posted: Mon Oct 27, 2014 4:39 pm
by bo_knows
10-27-2014 - Version 2.0.14
- Fixed a bug that prevented the correct calculation of "Percent of Portfolio" spending option.

Re: cFIREsim Running Change Log

Posted: Thu Oct 30, 2014 2:49 pm
by bo_knows
10-30-2014 - Version 2.0.15
- Fixed a bug where the total number of years for a simulation was being calculated by (retirementEndYear - retirementStartYear), instead of (retirementEndYear - currentYear). So, if you put in a Retirement Year of 2040 and an end year of 2044, it was only simulating 4 years, instead of 30 (2044 - 2014).

Re: cFIREsim Running Change Log

Posted: Wed Dec 03, 2014 8:21 pm
by bo_knows
12-3-2014 - Version 2.0.16
- Updated stats.php, which is responsible for the statistics chart in the output page. The number of years for a retirement was being miscalculated by 1.

Re: cFIREsim Running Change Log

Posted: Sat Dec 06, 2014 3:44 pm
by bo_knows
12-7-2014 - Version 2.0.17
- updated the stats functions and general simulation function. Previously, there was a workaround that allowed cFIREsim to show a "Start Year" of 2014 and an "End Year" of 2044 on the main page, and let the user assume that it was a 30 year simulation. In reality, 2014-2043 should be considered 30 years, because 2014 counts as a year of spending in cFIREsim. This workaround was causing issues with statistics shown on the output page, which would affect the statistics by adding 1 "year" to the calculations. This workaround has been taken away, and the statistics have been fixed.

- Also updated Market Growth database numbers for 2014, from Shiller Data.