Welcome to the Lumina blog!
I saw a graph today that I thought was pretty cool and thought I'd share it here. In his Analytica model, Andrew DeBenedictis of E3 created a depiction energy usage percentiles by time of day in each month...More »
At Lumina, we are all excited about the recent release of Analytica 4.4 and some of the new and improved features it offers. Over a series of blog entries, we will cover some of the noteworthy features of 4.4. This post is...More »
Suppose you need information about the future population Metropolia City in the year 2020. So you solicit two experts to provide assessments of this quantity and provide their expert judgments in the form of distributions as shown. Which assessment is...More »
Last week Presidential candidate Mitt Romney released his tax returns, and the news channels were abuzz with commentary about his effective federal tax rate of 13.9% on $21.7M of income. I will refrain from my own commentary on his situation,...More »
ACP lets people collaborate via the web in building and using Analytica models. It lets you view and run a modelusing a web browser, with no software to download. You can explore influence diagrams, change inputs, and view result...More »
It's official, Analytica 4.4 is live! Analytica 4.4 is now available to everyone with current support. Analytica 4.4 offers a wide range of new features and fixes: Expression Assist helps you write definitions by suggesting variable names that match what you’ve typed...More »