Revit models can be used in AnyLogic. Here we show how!
This allows simulation modelling to be applied to Revit developed buildings and structures. See the video, including the optimization of pedestrian flows in and around facilities...
We are always adding how-to videos to our YouTube channel. They help users learn about AnyLogic, build complex models, and conduct experiments. These are our most popular videos on the channel: with over 34,000 views already.
Check out our new videos: The Optimization Experiment and Custom Probability Distributions.
A host of new features were added to the AnyLogic Cloud recently. Among them, Monte Carlo 2nd Order, Variation, and Variation with Replication experiments. There are also enhancements to help you communicate your models more widely and clearly. Outputs now include Box Plot, 2D histogram, and 3D surface graphs. Let’s take a closer look at these new features.
Tue, Oct 10, 2017 - Join us for a webinar featuring the Rail Library, one of AnyLogic’s industry-specific libraries.
AnyLogic’s Rail Library allows you to efficiently model, simulate and visualize rail yard and rail transportation operations of any complexity and scale.
The webinar will detail how to build a railway network, including yards, and highlight features useful for your future rail modeling projects.
If you have ever created a railyard consisting of multiple railway tracks in AnyLogic, then you might be familiar with the hint described in the video. If not, watch it and learn how convert GIS shapefiles to AnyLogic rail markup. It will save your time while building the railroad model and acquaint you with the Railroad library.
Quick question: how old were the characters of the famous “Friends” TV-show? Not a clue? Watch our new video to know the answer and find out how to read agent attributes from a database in AnyLogic! The new video shows how to create a population of agents and read the agent attributes from a database with the example of six friends from the TV-show. You will also learn how to add parameters to each agent and upload the database table from Excel file.
We continue educating you with how-to videos on advanced features of AnyLogiс. See the first video post in our blog and all the videos on AnyLogic YouTube channel. In today’s video, we use a practical model of bookstore positioning to show how to place agents on the AnyLogic GIS map.
Building on AnyLogic’s educational resources, I am happy to share the “Creating Cars of Different Colors” video, just one in a long-line of how-to videos geared toward simplifying AnyLogic’s vast number of features and functions. In this video, you will learn how to create cars of different colors in the road traffic library, using an example model available in your AnyLogic software.