Anyone who has played with a Rubik’s Cube knows the challenge of resetting it to the starting point, with greens, reds, blues, yellows, and whites all perfectly aligned. Not so with cube sheets. Say you now want to try a different scenario. You simply save your version, then reset it to the default value, do more cube data entry, and work your way through a new set of possible realities.
What we’re talking about here is a very powerful, self-standing tool. A cube of data of multiple dimensions that you can twist and turn any way you want, entering your data onto the top face as you wish, and seeing the effect of all the data you enter as it plays out against all the possible factors in a model. Then, when you’re satisfied with it, you can save it, press a button to reset to default view, and chart another possible plan. And herein lies the genius of the cube sheet.