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. The same insights apply with respect to Ventity, and in many cases Ventity’s flexible data infrastructure and dynamic cohort capabilities would provide further advantages.
We’re excited to announce the newest Ventity release: version 2.1 This update comes along with a new option for Encrypting your Ventity models, ensuring only verified users can access your model. Encryption is only available for use in non-evaluation versions of Ventity for security reasons. Along with Encryption, we’ve been working on streamlining the Error
With the Ventity 2.0.2 release we’ve taken some time to focus on improving and fine-tuning some of our newer features while we prepare the next big content release of Ventity. To that end, we’ve revamped the macro commands recently added to Ventity. We’ve also fixed some issues with loading Vensim models into Ventity via Vensim
We’ve been hard at work on the Ventity 2.0.1 release and wanted to highlight some of the new and improved features – it’s actually a significant upgrade – more of a “2.1” than the version number indicates. We’ve rebuilt the autocomplete text prompts in stocks, flows, auxiliaries and actions to list the variables linked on
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