Wir helfen Unternehmen in Deutschland
seit 15 Jahren bei der Softwareauswahl

Was ist Analytica?

Analytica wurde unter Betrachtung der Risikoanalyse entwickelt, mit leistungsstarker eingebauter probabilistischer Analyse, um Unsicherheits- und Sensitivitäts-Analysen zu integrieren. Erkunde Unsicherheiten mit der schnellen Monte-Carlo- und Sensitivitäts-Analyse. Erstelle und navigiere Modelle visuell, indem du intuitive Einfluss-Diagramme benutzt, um leicht Variablen und deren Beziehungen zu identifizieren. Verwalte mehrdimensionale Daten mit Leichtigkeit, dank Intelligent Arrays. Lässt Modelle 10-mal schneller laufen als eine Kalkulationstabelle und baut Modelle in einem Viertel der Zeit.

Wer verwendet Analytica?

Analysten, Berater und Entscheidungsträger in der strategischen Planung, F & E Management, Entscheidungs-Analyse und Risiko-Analyse in den Bereichen Finanz- und Gesundheitswesen, Energie, Umwelt, Luft-und Raumfahrt und Telekommunikation.

Analytica Software - 1
Analytica Software - 2
Analytica Software - 3
Analytica Software - 4
Analytica Software - 5

Du bist nicht sicher, ob Analytica das Richtige ist? Mit einer beliebten Alternative vergleichen

Analytica

Analytica

5,0 (4)
500,00 $
Jahr
Kostenlose Version
Kostenlose Testversion
89
Keine Integrationen gefunden
5,0 (4)
5,0 (4)
4,8 (4)
VS.
Startpreis
Preisoptionen
Funktionen
Integrationen
Benutzerfreundlichkeit
Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
Kundenservice
1.200,00 $
Jahr
Kostenlose Version
Kostenlose Testversion
109
25
4,1 (50)
4,3 (50)
4,5 (50)
Die grünen Bewertungsbalken geben an, welches Produkt gemessen an der Durchschnittsbewertung und der Zahl der Bewertungen am besten abschneidet.

Weitere gute Alternativen zu Analytica

JMP
Am besten bewertete Funktionen
Berichterstattung / Analyse
Daten-Identifizierung
Datenvisualisierung
Microsoft Excel
Am besten bewertete Funktionen
Daten-Import / -Export
Offline-Zugriff
Werkzeuge zur Zusammenarbeit
Centralpoint
Am besten bewertete Funktionen
Für dieses Produkt wurden noch keine Funktionen durch Nutzer bewertet.
Corporater Business Management Platform
Am besten bewertete Funktionen
Anpassbare Vorlagen
KPI-Überwachung
Zielsetzung/-verfolgung
A1 Tracker
Am besten bewertete Funktionen
Ansprüche nachverfolgen
Aufgabenmanagement
Echtzeit-Daten
Qlik Sense
Am besten bewertete Funktionen
Dashboard-Erstellung
Daten-Import / -Export
Datenvisualisierung
Allvue
Am besten bewertete Funktionen
Für dieses Produkt wurden noch keine Funktionen durch Nutzer bewertet.
CRISAM
Am besten bewertete Funktionen
Risiko-Scoring
Risikoberichte
Risikobewertung
Tableau
Am besten bewertete Funktionen
Dashboard
Datenanalyse-Werkzeuge
Datenvisualisierung

Bewertungen über Analytica

Durchschnittliche Bewertung

Gesamt
5,0
Benutzerfreundlichkeit
5,0
Kundenservice
4,8
Funktionen
5,0
Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
5,0

Nutzerbewertungen nach Unternehmensgröße (Angestellte)

  • <50
  • 51-200
  • 201-1.000
  • >1.001

Bewertungen nach Punktzahl finden

5
100%
Jorge
Jorge
Doctor in Peru
Verifizierter Nutzer auf LinkedIn
Bildungsmanagement, 501–1.000 Mitarbeiter
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 2 Jahre
Herkunft der Bewertung

Appreciation

5,0 vor 2 Jahren

Kommentare: Every day I find it more useful and useful for all aspects involving data processing and analysis for decision making.

Vorteile:

It is the best software development product I have ever seen.

Nachteile:

The presentation of data (e.g. Microsoft Power BI) could be improved, although I do not consider myself an expert in this area.

Antwort von Lumina Decision Systems

vor 2 Jahren

Wow - that is an amazing review - thanks Jorge!

Robert
President in USA
Verwendete die Software für: Nicht angeboten
Herkunft der Bewertung

Rapid model development; clear communication of model details

5,0 vor 8 Jahren

Kommentare: I have been an avid and consistent user of Analytica since it became publicly available in 1996 (actually before that when it was called Demos), and it's not inaccurate of me to say that I use it almost daily as part of my analytic activities and services. There were two main features that originally attracted me to Analytica: its influence diagram interface for graphically laying out the flow of model logic, and its Intelligent Arrays technology which permits array abstraction. Both of these features integrate with each other to give a modeler the ability to structure and communicate model logic in the most concise and informative way possible. The added benefit of the Intelligent Arrays is that it supports the extension of model dimensionality with little recoding, if any at all. The other indispensable features of Analytica are its support for Monte Carlo simulation, built-in graphing tools, and support for connecting to external data sources. By comparison to a spreadsheet, models of similar complexity require anywhere from 1/4 to 1/2 the amount of time to build in Analytica. Analytica really excels with communicating complex ideas. The graphical layout of the influence diagrams enhanced with control UI elements supports clients' more readily comprehending important model details, especially if they were not directly involved with the creation of the model. I frequently take executives through very detailed discussions of risk analysis without preparing post processed and simplified information or additional slide decks. The one drawback that modelers can run into is that the Intelligent Array feature can lead to significant memory and computational time requirements in particularly dimensionally complex models or models that use a significant number of Monte Carlo trials. However, Lumina provides some profiling tools that allow a modeler to find the sources of processor and memory resource burdens; therefore, in many cases a modeler can find ways to improve the efficiency of their code. The effect of requiring significant amounts of memory or run time of models is not something that occurs often. The recommended memory and CPU capabilities'readily available on most business computers'will exceed most users' requirements.

Antwort von Lumina Decision Systems

vor 2 Jahren

Thank you Robert for this review! Everyone here at Lumina really appreciates it. Feel free to reach out if you have any suggestions for how we can be even better!

Rafael
Rafael
Jefe del departamento de Oceanografia in Venezuela
Verifizierter Nutzer auf LinkedIn
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 2 Jahre
Herkunft der Bewertung

Excellent tool to take on decisions.

5,0 vor 6 Jahren

Kommentare: The combination of being a powerful analytical tool, and at the same time having a high capacity of visual or diagramal transmission of information allows us to use this program to make decisions, transmit and convince more easily who will ultimately make the final decision. which often leads to higher rates of return on investment that will be made.

Vorteile:

Simplicity and quality of operation. In particular I was pleasantly impressed with everything related to simulations where the Monte Carlo Method is used, so it has been very useful as a functional tool for decision making in various projects. Even in its most basic conception, the program can be used as a tool to draw diagrams, which will allow later to sketch a model and eventually convert it for example into a network program. It is simply very functional.

Nachteile:

The program itself is not well known, which limits portability. The only criticism I could make to the program are about its graphics, which although acceptable for basic purposes, are not as versatile as they could be, so the results obtained are finally presented in another program.

Antwort von Lumina Decision Systems

vor 2 Jahren

Thank you Rafael for this review! Everyone here at Lumina really appreciates it. Feel free to reach out if you have any suggestions for how we can be even better!

Paul
Senior Principal Researcher in USA
Verwendete die Software für: Nicht angeboten
Herkunft der Bewertung

Analytica encourages clean, comprehensible, uncertainty-sensitive modeling.

5,0 vor 8 Jahren

Kommentare: Analytica encourages good design and comprehensibility . It can generate programs structured much like the underlying mathematics. More concretely: (1) its visual modeling is powerful for design, communication, and maintenance; (2) its use of arrays makes it possible to deal with multiple objectives, distinctions, and uncertainties elegantly and compactly; (3) it has many built-in features for probability and statistics, and for Monte Carlo analysis; and (4) all of this is great for uncertainty analysis. Analytica is not well known, limiting portability. Most programmers will not find it intuitive at first because it is so different. Analytica is not well suited for connecting models or modules built in different languages. It is not suitable for agent-based modeling or for discrete-event simulation. Analytica's graphics are good for basic purposes, but not as versatile as they might be. It is possible to learn a great deal about and to actually use Analytica with a few days or a week of serious effort. Using the tutorial is essential. Advanced features are more challenging (as in all languages). Fortunately, Analytica allows "procedural programming." For many/most models, such programming undercuts simplicity and clarity, but for more complicated models, it may be more practical.