We've just released Simpocalypse 2.1 today. This is another feature release, containing some exciting new functionality we wanted to get into your hands as quickly as possible, as well as the usual collection of quiet bugfixes. The highlights, below the fold:(more...)
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We've just published version 2.0 of the application. This release has been a long time in coming, and adds numerous new features. There have been over 100 individual changes since 1.3 was released; highlights include support for more public health measures, like quarantines, better ways to see the status of individual agents in the simulaiton, and various bugfixes.
A detailed list of changes follows below the fold: (more...)
Version 1.3.0 is out today, and besides some minor improvements to the user interface, there's really only one thing to see: Simpocalypse now keeps track of the complete history of the simulation, and allows you to go back in time to see how your epidemic developed. We've been surprised by just how helpful this feature is for understanding the model, so we decided to release it as soon as possible. We're still working on additional improvements, so keep watching!