Vensim 8.1 is now available for download. See you at the System Dynamics Conference to talk about it!
Community Coronavirus Model This video explores a simple epidemic model, parameterized for a community confronting coronavirus. You can run the model using Vensim PLE or the Model Reader (or any higher version). Our getting started and running models videos provide … Continue reading
1. Vensim 8 2. Vensim 8 launch sale, throughout the month of September 2019 3. Ventity 3 4. Online courses. 5. Applications 6. In the Forum. 7. System Dynamics Conference News. 8. Resources for Vensim users. 9. Our official distributors … Continue reading
This video covers Ventity’s features for importing Vensim models.0:00 – a quick overview of the import feature and how we think about it1:37 – importing a simple model of stock management18:05 – importing a more complex, subscripted competitive market model
This video explores the improvements possible when a complex spreadsheet model is translated into Vensim.
Congratulations to Navid Ghaffarzadegana, Xue Yi and Richard Larson for their publication in EJOR, Work-education mismatch: An endogenous theory of professionalization.
Vensim 7 is available for download or purchase in the Vensim store. This includes several significant new features, including: – Interactive sensitivity runs in Synthesim – Percentile export for sensitivity runs – Calibration payoffs can now compare model variables to … Continue reading
In Vensim 7, we’ve combined real-time Synthesim with sensitivity analysis, so you can see the distribution of outcomes from Monte Carlo runs interactively. This is great for giving users an appreciation of the risk associated with a decision, rather than … Continue reading
Vensim can be used to put big data in context, by incorporating the learnings from big data in simulations that account for organizational structure and finances. Vensim can also do data intensive simulation, with flexible I/O, advanced algorithms for calibration, … Continue reading
It’s generally a good idea to begin thinking about your models with continuous time and quantities, particularly for strategic applications where you care about the big picture. But there are times when it matters that quantities are discrete – you … Continue reading