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Don’t just take our word for it: Get the Free version of Analytica—fully functional, zero cost, forever yours. Plus a personal introduction via web meeting.

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Get a quick overview of the basics. 

In these three short videos, Lonnie Chrisman, CTO of Lumina, the developer of Analytica, walks you through the first chapters of the Analytica Tutorial. You can download the complete Tutorial in written form here.

Start with this step-by-step guide: 

When you feel ready to build your own model, just follow this slideshow-like tutorial. It corresponds to chapter 4 of the Analytica Tutorial but is intended to make it even more approachable. It covers the basic techniques you need to build models with Analytica—fast and intuitive. With the slideshow you can do it at your own pace, pause, go back, repeat. It's a nice way for self-learning.

Dive into Intelligent Arrays™

Once you can build models as influence diagrams using Analytica's visual interface, you should learn what array abstraction does, and how you should take advantage of it.

These two slightly longer videos are recorded webinars by Lonnie Chrisman, CTO of Lumina. They introduce the basic concepts of Analytica indexes and multidimensional arrays, as well as the basics of Intelligent Array Abstraction. Intelligent array abstraction is perhaps the most powerful feature in Analytica. So it's really worthwhile to invest the time watching these webinars. 

Book a personal introduction to Analytica over the web.

Given Analytica's highly visual and interactive nature, the fastest way to learn what it is and how it works is to see a demonstration. Just let us know when it's convenient for you to have us show you what Analytica can do for your. 

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There is an edition for everyone.

The Analytica product line offers a full range of editions to meet the needs of different users and applications.

These editions let you create and edit models, as well as run existing models. If you want to make your models available to others to run and review, they only need the Free 101 version or any of the other editions for model users.

Free 101
FREE
  • Create and edit models with up to 101 user-defined objects
  • Influence Diagrams
  • Intelligent Arrays™
  • Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Extensive function libraries
  • Create input and output forms
  • OLE linking to MS Office
  • Read and write spreadsheets
Professional
$995
  • Same as Free 101 but no limitation of model size
Enterprise
$2,795
  • Same as Professional plus
  • Read and write relational databases and text files
  • Read data from the internet
  • Save models as browse-only and encrypted
  • Unlimited size of indexes and Monte Carlo samples (Free 101 and Professional are limited to max. 32,000 elements each)
  • Time Profiling showing computation time per variable
Optimizer
$4,995
  • Same as Enterprise plus
  • Solve for linear, quadratic, MIP, and nonlinear optimization
Features
Free 101
FREE
Professional
$995
Enterprise
$2,795
Optimizer
$4,995
Create and edit models
Max. 101 user-defined objects
Influence diagrams
Intelligent Arrays™
Monte Carlo
Simulation
Extensive function libraries
Create input and output forms
OLE linking to MS Office, e.g. Excel, PowerPoint
Read and write spreadsheets
Read and write relational databases and text files
Read data from the internet
Save models as browse-only and encrypted
Unlimited size of indexes and Monte Carlo samples
Max. 32,000 elements each
Max. 32,000 elements each
Time Profiling showing computation time per variable
Solve for linear, quadratic, MIP, and nonlinear optimization

If you need to use a model that someone else has built, but you don't need to change the internals of the model or build models of your own, then the Analytica editions for browsing models are for you.

Free 101
FREE
  • Open and review models, change inputs, compute results
  • Influence Diagrams
  • Intelligent Arrays™
  • Monte Carlo Simulation
  • Extensive function libraries
  • OLE linking to MS Office
  • Read and write spreadsheets
Power Player
$995
  • Same as Free 101 but
  • Read and write relational databases and text files
  • Read data from the internet
  • Unlimited size of indexes and Monte Carlo samples (Free 101 is limited to max. 32,000 elements each)
Power Player Optimizer
$1,995
  • Same as Power Player plus
  • Solve for linear, quadratic, MIP, and nonlinear optimization
Features
Free 101
FREE
Power Player
$995
PP Optimizer
$1,995
Open and review models, change inputs, compute results
Influence diagrams
Intelligent Arrays™
Monte Carlo
Simulation
Extensive function libraries
OLE linking to MS Office, e.g. Excel, PowerPoint
Read and write spreadsheets
Read and write relational databases and text files
Read data from the internet
Unlimited size of indexes and Monte Carlo samples
Max. 32,000 elements each
Solve for linear, quadratic, MIP, and nonlinear optimization
The End User License Agreement (EULA) is available in PDF format here.

Too many options? We help you find the right edition for your needs.

Do you really need the additional features of the Enterprise edition over Professional? Or which edition need end users in your organization to view results, update inputs, import data, etc.? How many licenses do you need, after all? And what about corporate licensing? Or possible future upgrades...?
The right solution depends on what you want to do with your Analytica models. With our 10+ years experience form many modeling projects using Analytica—from small to large applications in organizations of various size—we can suggest you the most appropriate edition or combination of licenses.

Runs on a Windows PC. Or on a Mac*

All Analytica editions run on Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, XP, and Window Server 2003 and later. Each Edition needs at least 1 GB RAM. We recommend 3 or 4 GB RAM to run large models.
* It also runs fine on a Mac. You just need Windows under VMWare, Parallels, or another virtual machine. That’s, by the way, how Max Henrion, the originator of Analytica and CEO of Lumina, or we at syconomic, run Analytica on a MacBook Air.