AnyLogic 8.8.0 is now available for download. It comes with Java 11, which allows for easier and more concise coding, and improvements to the AnyLogic built-in libraries.
There are many cases where it’s desirable to incorporate trained machine learning (ML) models into a simulation model. Now, thanks to a new AnyLogic library, using ONNX ML models is easier and more efficient.
By incorporating this add-on library into your AnyLogic environment, your models can access its functionalities, just like with any other built-in library. It’s simply a matter of adding the helper object to your model and configuring it. Read on to find out more.
Before a festive break code freeze, updates for both AnyLogic and AnyLogic Cloud arrived. Contained within them were several improvements that we'll take a look at in this blog.
For AnyLogic, we introduced new rack functionality for the Material Handling Library and added file output capability for models exported to AnyLogic Cloud. While for AnyLogic Cloud, we added enterprise features, made user experience improvements, and increased security. Let’s take a look!
A year ago, in our blog, we offered a sneak peek at AnyLogic 9, its development, and its launch. Last month, at the AnyLogic Conference we previewed version 9, gave test access to AnyLogic Public Cloud subscribers, and answered questions from the audience. Here’s a list of FAQs from AnyLogic users.
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!
Introducing AnyLogic 8.7.7. In this release, we have enhanced the Material Handling Library with updates to storage functionality.
In this release, we've reimagined the RackStore, RackPick, and RackSystem blocks of the Process Modeling Library, as well as the PalletRack markup element. We now present you with their latest versions of their continuing evolution.
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, 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.
Yes, the soft roll-out did not go unnoticed for long! Not only is there a new look and modern feel to the help site, it has also been redesigned with new features and functionality to help you answer your AnyLogic queries more comfortably and easily.
Along with the fresh look, comes customization. In the top-right of your browser window, you will find two toggles – one to toggle dark mode and the other to cycle through font sizes. Find out more!