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Re: SystemModeler Users?

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  • Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2012 13:14:24 -0500 (EST)
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SystemModeler is an implementation of the Modelica language. To become effective with it, what you really need to do is learn Modelica.
I would imagine that there are lots of places to get help that.


I have never used SystemModeler, so perhaps I misunderstand and you have issues specific to that particular Modelica implementation.


Jason Ebaugh

On Friday, December 21, 2012 4:37:50 AM UTC-6, Comer Duncan wrote:
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> I bought SystemModeler a while back. I am wondering whether there are SystemModeler users on this general list?  I have some questions about how to convert a Berkeley Madonna model to SystemModeler.  When I asked Support at Wolfram I was told that I'd have to buy support if my question was coming more than 30 days after the purchase, which it definitely is.  So, I am wondering whether anyone has looked into how to relate models in other formats to SystemModeler, since I guess it is ending up that I will need to do the conversion myself.  Alas, I am a beginner.
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> Thanks for your help. Also, I am interested in any ways users out there are using SystemModeler since such information is usually useful to become a better user of this software.
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> Comer



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