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Welcome! The Analytica Wiki contains (or will contain) all kinds of information useful for Analytica users. It is being developed by the community of Analytica users, including a wide variety of Analytica experts, as well as developers and consultants at Lumina. Please contribute your Analytica tips or libraries with the rest of the community. If you have a question or see information that is missing or unclear, please add your question or comment. If you have an answer, or can clarify or extend existing information, feel free to do so. Over time, we hope this will grow into a substantial resource to help all of us use Analytica more easily and effectively.
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Welcome to the Analytica Wiki! It contains information useful to Analytica users. For now, it offers basic information about the new features of Analytica 4.0 for the use of beta testers. Over time, it will grow to contain much more, including detailed explanations of Analytica features, tips and examples, shared libraries, and more.
  
Any licensed Analytica user can read this wiki. And anyone with a purchased license can edit and refine it. If you are a licensed user and don't have access permission, please email info@lumina.com to get a password.
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This is a wiki -- like for example Wikipedia -- meaning you can edit and add to it, as well as read it. We at Lumina wrote the initial content, and will continue to add more. But, we invite beta testers of Analytica 4.0 (and later all licensed Analytica users) also to contribute. If you are a licensed user and don't have access permission, please email info@lumina.com to get a password.
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So, please, feel free to add your contributions. If you have a question or see information that is missing or unclear, please add your question or comment. If you have an answer, or can clarify or extend existing information, feel free to do so. The software is Mediawiki (as used by Wikipedia). You can add comments in the "Discussion" tab, edit pages with the "Edit" tab, and see changes in the "History" tab. It's also easy to revert to earlier versions if someone makes a mistake.
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We hope that it will become a shared resource, created and used by the entire community of Analytica users, to help all us use Analytica more easily and effectively.  
  
 
[[Highlights of Analytica 4.0]]
 
[[Highlights of Analytica 4.0]]
  
 
[[What's new in Analytica 4.0?]]
 
[[What's new in Analytica 4.0?]]
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[[Beta Tester Page|Analytica 4.0 Beta Test Program]]
  
 
[[What's new in ADE 4.0?]]
 
[[What's new in ADE 4.0?]]
  
 
[[Analytica Modelers Guide]]
 
[[Analytica Modelers Guide]]
 
[[Beta Tester Page|Analytica 4.0 Beta Test Program]]
 
  
 
[[Analytica libraries and templates]]
 
[[Analytica libraries and templates]]

Revision as of 00:29, 31 January 2007

Welcome to the Analytica Wiki! It contains information useful to Analytica users. For now, it offers basic information about the new features of Analytica 4.0 for the use of beta testers. Over time, it will grow to contain much more, including detailed explanations of Analytica features, tips and examples, shared libraries, and more.

This is a wiki -- like for example Wikipedia -- meaning you can edit and add to it, as well as read it. We at Lumina wrote the initial content, and will continue to add more. But, we invite beta testers of Analytica 4.0 (and later all licensed Analytica users) also to contribute. If you are a licensed user and don't have access permission, please email info@lumina.com to get a password.

So, please, feel free to add your contributions. If you have a question or see information that is missing or unclear, please add your question or comment. If you have an answer, or can clarify or extend existing information, feel free to do so. The software is Mediawiki (as used by Wikipedia). You can add comments in the "Discussion" tab, edit pages with the "Edit" tab, and see changes in the "History" tab. It's also easy to revert to earlier versions if someone makes a mistake.

We hope that it will become a shared resource, created and used by the entire community of Analytica users, to help all us use Analytica more easily and effectively.

Highlights of Analytica 4.0

What's new in Analytica 4.0?

Analytica 4.0 Beta Test Program

What's new in ADE 4.0?

Analytica Modelers Guide

Analytica libraries and templates

Enhancement Requests for Analytica

Comments and suggestions for Analytica wiki

Ana:Analytica Reference

Ana:Analytica User FAQs