Ventity is software for modeling dynamic systems. It combines a friendly, pretty interface with the power of modular entities, data-friendly architecture and dynamic model structure changes.

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Some features & applications of Ventity:

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  • Dynamic Structure

    In Ventity, you can introduce new entities on the fly during a simulation. You can introduce them via data, or programatically with discrete Actions. Introduce a firm into a market when you need it, or delete a cohort of products when they’re all sold. Simulate and review just your real behavior, without lots of clutter

  • Team Oriented Design

    Ventity’s modular model format allows for multiple people to work on different parts of a model at the same time. This video shows some of the opportunities for team model building in Ventity.

  • Flexible Development Environment

    Work efficiently with dockable windows and non-modal dialogs.

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  • Ventity Release 1.1

    Ventity version 1.1 has launched! We’ve got several new features in addition to those highlighted in the pre-release news post. In addition to the Chart Manager, which helps with storing, sorting and customizing your charts, Causal Tracing, useful for fast and effective analysis of model dynamics, and the GetCategory and DelayInformation functions, we’ve also redone

  • Ventity Pre-Release 1.1

    The Ventity pre-release for version 1.1 is here! We’ve added several new features that we’d like to highlight along with a host of other improvements. First up, the Chart Manager is a new tool which will be automatically opened whenever you plot a variable in Ventity. Each Chart can be saved or altered individually, with

  • Ventity Release 1.0.2

    Ventity is just getting better – release 1.0.2 is now available for evaluation and purchase. Download a copy now. Entity Picker Improvements The revised Entity Picker is much faster than the initial version, which makes it easier to analyze large populations of entities. You can easily pick out individuals, or slice collections by attributes, to