Learn how to deploy simulations and models to the isee Exchange using authentication and data collection. We'll discuss how to use the isee Exchange to
privately host your content, enabling you to share your work with authorized users only. We'll also discuss how to set up data collection, which allows
you to track user activity within your published simulations.
Learn how to build from scratch a multiplayer simulation game. We'll use Stella Architect's interface design capability to build a competitive multiplayer game which
can be played by 2 or 3 people. Topics covered include templates, simulation events, and publishing.
Learn how to develop engaging interactive data visualizations powered by your models without writing any code. Simply use spatial map or the new animation object to manipulate SVG images on the interface.
Change color, scale, rotation, opacity and position of objects to create dynamic animations of your data. Using these tools allows you to quickly and easily visualize arrayed data or simply create movement
to bring your simulation to life. No prior experience with Stella or iThink software or coding experience is necessary.
In this free webinar, you will get a full “show and tell” demonstration of Stella Architect Interface abilities, with time for questions and answers at the end. Using Stella Architect,
we will build, and then deploy to the web an entire user interface for a preexisting model. Learn how to use interactive elements such as: buttons, annotations, images, graphs, sliders,
knobs and stories to reveal and explain the insights generated by your models.
An Exploration of Vampires, Zombies and Other Fantastic Scenarios to Make the World a Better Place. Just released, this resource is a fun, engaging entry point to modeling. Based on a philosophy that
“copying” models is a stepping stone to understanding, each chapter provides a guided path to build and then modify a model, applying one generic structure to a variety of contexts. The webinar will
demonstrate how these small models can easily be built using Stella Online, shared with others, and used to foster new insights about how systems work.
This tutorial will guide you through our latest modeling and simulation features, and then introduce you to our new interface design and publishing tools. It is designed for people who are relatively
new to the field or do not have experience using Stella products.
For users of STELLAiThink, Stella Professional simultaneously maintains compatibility with the models you’ve been developing over the years and effortlessly brings
your modeling to the future.
This is a recording of isee systems’ first Community Model Building webinar on May 21, 2015. More than 85 people joined together in this pioneering attempt to form an online
community and to develop models around complex issues facing humanity.
Staff from isee systems facilitated a discussion of drought in California and simultaneously mapped the model that was implied from that discussion. Participants were able
provide immediate feedback which then got represented live in the model.
Presented by Sarah Davie, Angelika Schanda, Hilary Rogers, Bob Eberlein isee systems inc.
This free webinar will introduce you to building system dynamics models using the next generation Stella Professional software. It is designed for people who are relatively new to the field or do
not have experience using Stella Professional version 1.0. The webinar will demonstrate how to use Stella Professional to build models using the standard modeling process.
Gain an appreciation for how tools such as STELLA and iThink can be used to quickly build effective simulation games for learning and development. The webinar will start by providing context on
the rapidly growing market for business simulation games, game-based learning, gamification, and informal learning. Examples of iThink business simulation games will then be presented. The
webinar will conclude by covering the key aspects of STELLA/iThink which must be mastered to build simulation games.
This webinar will introduce you to building system dynamics models using STELLA or iThink software. It is intended for people who are relatively new to the field or do not have
experience using STELLA or iThink Version 10. The webinar will demonstrate how to use STELLA or iThink to build models using the standard modeling process.