Following up on the Ventity 2.0 Beta, the full commercial release of Ventity 2.0 is now available.
Ventity 2.0 beta, our most ambitious update yet, is here! We’ve added several new key features (and a few improvements to existing ones) that we’d like to take a moment to highlight. First up, to help with model creation and clarity we’ve added the dynamic functions Smooth, Trend, Forecast and Delay which can be accessed
Ventity release 1.3 has arrived! Much of what’s new is under the hood, including big performance improvements and infrastructure to support deployment as a web service, with Forio support coming soon. There’s also a new architecture for lookup tables, with functions for extrapolation and finding the min, max, slope, and area under curves. The builtin
Ventity version 1.2 has arrived! A big new addition to the Chart Manager allows for editing of global settings to allow you to better customize and save the kinds of charts you want displayed. We’ve also modified the charts themselves to be much more responsive, and have improved the Entity Picker‘s tracking, and have been
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
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 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
Ventity 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. Ventity can also do data intensive simulation, with an architecture friendly to relational data and dynamically changing lists, optimization for calibration, and much more on the road map.
This video demonstrates the use of entities to: represent markets with sparse offerings and new product introductions, create new structure on the fly, from data or random events model multiple scenarios simultaneously for an aggregate infection model, model the same infection process on an agent based social network, and calibrate a function to time series
We’ve released a minor update to Ventity that resolves a “bootstrap” error on start up, experienced by a few users. If you already have release 1.0 running, there’s nothing to do – this is otherwise identical. If you’re just getting started, download Ventity with an evaluation license here. If you already have a license, get