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Analytica is used for teaching and research in many leading universities. Professors find it an ideal tool for students to learn the science and art of building effective decision models. Its visual influence diagrams encourage students to conceptualize complex problems in the same way as expert modelers, without getting bogged down in detailed of cell formulas. Its Intelligent Arrays(tm) help them start out simple and then add detail as and when needed.  

We offer Analytica at about half-price for funded research. Our Analytica in the Classroom program provides Analytica free for use in teaching.

Relocatable Classroom

Stanford University's Center for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE) is a leading research center for virtual design for architecture, engineering, and construction. Caroline Clevenger, a... »more

Rehab for a River Ecosystem

Most rivers have been tamed by artificial channels, dikes, and levees to reducing flooding -- often damaging riparian habitat. Swiss researchers created IRRM to find... »more

Cleaning up the Neuse Estuary

Researchers at Duke University created a model to help policy makers set the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) of nitrogen. The model predicts effects of... »more

Integrated Climate Assessment Model

ICAM is possibly the most sophisticated environmental model created with Analytica. Experiments with ICAM have generated a wide range of valuable insights and numerous publications. »more
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