Used IRR formula in a Model but it is returning NaN as result whereas when Same numbers are given as a input to IRR formula in Excel it is returning a numbe
Looking at the information you've provided it seems like that the formula is correct however you've not provided an estimate for the IRR (im not sure that this is needed or has any relevance) but you could try adding one and see if this makes any difference. The NaN is normally a result when a calculation calculates something infinite. This could be to do with the summary method. Have you tested the '8-1275-Mark-20/2/2019' to make sure the IRR is correct for this.
In the IRR example here - https://help.anaplan.com/anapedia/Content/Calculation_Functions/All/IRR.html?_ga=2.176266661.1219197... the transactions have a top level / total whereas yours do not maybe you could try adding this.
I hope this helps!
If it is calculating the correct IRR for the others then it must be correct.
My other thoughts are that maybe the IRR calc has an upper limit to what can be calculated?
Could be worth contacting firstname.lastname@example.org and seeing if this is a known anaplan issue?
You've done nothing wrong here, this is not working correctly.
I've tested this and this results is unexpected, it is being raised with our development teams.
As a workaround you can use a timerange instead of the date value.
Using IRR(Source.Cashflow) which gives the value 49,665.2%
(you will need to give Terms a top level)
Will you post here to let us know once this is issue is resolved?
It should be in the Platform release notes when it gets released, best to check there on each release.
Will try and update this persoanlly if I remember!
Change the module Timescale to "Year" Format.