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 Oct10 comment Showing a forest with root of the trees on the top @Mohsen oh cool. I didn't know one could do that! Thx! Oct10 comment Showing a forest with root of the trees on the top @Mohsen I edited the answer to address your concerns. Oct10 revised Showing a forest with root of the trees on the top added 737 characters in body Oct10 awarded Teacher Oct10 answered Showing a forest with root of the trees on the top Oct9 asked Export to Excel gives error for large lists Oct9 comment Learning Finance with Mathematica @GeorgeWolfe The Why is critical to this whole enterprise. Someone with a strong Statistics, Econometrics and programming background will not go very far if they don't understand the Finance and Economics behind the models. Your road-map is absolutely essential to keep OP's project from being DOA. Presumably some of those MMA for Fin-engineering books will provide some of this perspective but I am not optimistic about the quality. Oct9 asked Exporting data to a new excel sheet of a pre-existing excel file Oct7 asked saving Manipulate data inside a notebook Oct6 accepted xkcd-style graphs Oct6 revised xkcd-style graphs added 180 characters in body Oct5 accepted Manipulate indexed Interpolating Functions Oct4 revised Manipulate indexed Interpolating Functions added 866 characters in body Oct4 comment Manipulate indexed Interpolating Functions Hey rm-rf, thanks for your answer. I tried working with it and it worked. I'll posted the working verison below in the question. The trick was to index the data and calculate a fresh interpolation inside the Manipulate, as opposed to indexing the interpolation function. Oct4 revised Manipulate indexed Interpolating Functions deleted 1017 characters in body; edited title Oct4 comment Manipulate indexed Interpolating Functions Thanks, I'll post data in a sec and also try your method. The problem with me is that my interpolating functions look like ifun[gamma][x] where gamma $\in \{1,100\}$. I'll post a MWE in a few minutes. Oct4 asked Manipulate indexed Interpolating Functions Oct4 accepted FindRoot on a 2D list of Equations Oct4 revised xkcd-style graphs added 177 characters in body Oct3 comment FindRoot on a 2D list of Equations @MarkMcClure oh wow. MapThread does exactly what I wanted. Thanks a lot.