Analysis Settings Pane (ERN Loss Analysis)


The Analysis Settings pane contains the following fields and buttons that enable you to configure catastrophe peril analyses that use the ERN models:

  If you want to perform a catastrophe peril analysis using the ERN models, select External Model in the Model field.



Can Be Included in a Template?


Specifies the model set that you want to use when performing this catastrophe peril analysis. To use the AIR model(s), select AIR Default. If you want to use an external model set, such as the ERN models, select External Model.


Catastrophe Peril Analysis

Specifies whether you want to run a catastrophe peril analysis. To run a catastrophe peril analysis, select this check box and then configure the associated catastrophe peril analysis fields as desired. If you do not want to run a catastrophe peril analysis, clear this check box.


Event Set

Specifies the event set that you want to use for this catastrophe peril analysis. Select the desired event set. Click for details.



Specifies which perils to include in this catastrophe peril analysis. Select the check box next to one or both of the following perils:

       Earthquake Shake


For more information about the perils that you can include in analyses that you run using the ERN models, see Perils for ERN Models.


Administrators can use the Administration Console to set various defaults for use during detailed loss analyses. For more information, see Loss Defaults.

  You can create and edit loss analysis templates to specify default settings for detailed loss analyses. When you create or edit a loss analysis template, you can specify any of the settings indicated in the table above to include these settings in a loss analysis template. For more information about loss analysis templates, see Loss Analysis Template.



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Touchstone V3.0 Updated December 01, 2016