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Python scripting in AnyLogic


Python scripting in AnyLogic

At AnyLogic Conference 2021, Python came to the fore in a presentation by Principal Software Engineer Nikolay Churkov. He informed attendees about ongoing research into making Python a second native scripting language in AnyLogic.

Presently in a preview state, the experimental version of AnyLogic 8 is available for a limited number of users. If you are interested in taking part in the trials of using Python as the scripting language for user code fields, read on!

AnyLogic 9 developments - new interface and toolbar


AnyLogic 9 developments - new interface and toolbar

We are previewing a major new version of our flagship product AnyLogic – AnyLogic 9. The interface is being entirely redesigned and will be browser-based so that you have a common user experience on desktop and online.

In this series of blog posts, we show how we are making AnyLogic 9 more user-friendly. We have already talked about the full integration of the program with AnyLogic Cloud and new mechanics for working with process diagrams. Today we will show how the new version of the toolbar differs from the current one.

AnyLogic 9 developments - AnyLogic Cloud Integration


AnyLogic 9 developments - AnyLogic Cloud Integration

AnyLogic 9, the new version of our popular simulation tool, is on its way and we will be showing it in September at our annual simulation modeling event - the AnyLogic Conference. Here, we continue our preview updates for AnyLogic 9.

We have already shown how we can make it easier for users to create and edit process diagrams. In this article, you will find, perhaps, the most important difference between AnyLogic 9 and previous versions – cloud platform integration.

AnyLogic 9 developments - connectors


AnyLogic 9 developments - connectors

If you follow our blog, you will know that we are currently working on AnyLogic 9 — a new version of the industry leading simulation tool.

Blog readers can see AnyLogic 9 in action right now. We are launching a series of articles to provide insight into some of the key changes that will come with the ninth major version of AnyLogic. Here, we will demonstrate the creation of flowcharts: in the new version, they are easier to create and edit.

Pathmind Reinforcement Learning Experiment in AnyLogic 8.7.4


Pathmind Reinforcement Learning Experiment in AnyLogic 8.7.4

A new experiment in AnyLogic 8.7.4 links to Pathmind’s reinforcement learning (RL) platform, helping simulation modelers and artificial intelligence practitioners lever the synergy between simulation and AI. For large-scale and complex systems, solutions utilizing the Pathmind RL platform are outperforming well-established heuristics.

This blogpost highlights two industrial case studies from Engineering Group that use the Pathmind RL platform and introduces the integrated AnyLogic Pathmind experiment.

AnyLogic and AnyLogic Cloud updates: experiments, AGV, and the Road Traffic Library


AnyLogic and AnyLogic Cloud updates: experiments, AGV, and the Road Traffic Library

AnyLogic 8.7 and AnyLogic Cloud received updates at the end of March. Here is a quick overview of the improvements in AnyLogic 8.7.3 and AnyLogic Cloud.

New density map function. Now the map can display density not only for the current moment, but also the average for a specified period. For example, you can track the hourly change in the number of people in a store, or the average number of forklifts travelling through a workshop area per shift. To do this, in the map settings, select the Sliding window option in the Time period parameter.

Read on.

AnyLogic 9 at WinterSim 2020


AnyLogic 9 at WinterSim 2020

We participated in WinterSim 2020 – the largest professional conference dedicated to simulation. During the conference, participants presented and discussed how they use simulation modeling in business and science, and software companies shared simulation modeling product innovations.

Our main presentation this year was about AnyLogic 9.0, a significant update to the simulation modeling software which we will release in 2021. Here are some of the new features to look forward to in the coming 9.x releases...