Material Design Library for AnyLogic
What you'll learn
- How to use Goldratt Research Labs' Material Design Library in their AnyLogic models
- Good material design principles
- Detailed use of all library blocks
- How to convert a normal AnyLogic model to apply the library
- Experience in using AnyLogic to build simulation models
- Own the Material-Design library for AnyLogic (separate purchase)
Learn how to build beautiful AnyLogic models that look and feel like modern apps by using the Material Design library. NOTE: The Material-Design library is a separate purchase. You must own the library (or the demo version) to get any benefit from this course.
We will show you how to install the library, set it up and how to get started quickly. Moreover, we will take you through converting a conventional AnyLogic model into a beautiful Material Design app step-by-step. There are also detailed videos on the capabilities of each library element as well as best practices tips and tricks. At the end of this course, you will have full mastership of the library and be able to start new models using it, as well as convert existing models to look like modern apps.
This course is everything you need to know about the Material-Design library for AnyLogic. NOTE: This course does not teach AnyLogic skills itself, it is focused on the Material-Design library (sold separately).
If you have any questions, do reach out to us. We continuously extend and improve the Material-Design library (not least for our own tools) and we are happy to hear feedback and feature requests.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner to advanced AnyLogic users
- Those who want to learn how to use the Material-Design library (separate purchase!)
GRL works with customers from both the private and public sector typically through joint-research partnerships to design, validate, plan, execute and operationalize solutions that help their customers overcome constraints to achieve more with less, in less time.
GRL’s customers include some of the world’s largest organizations within manufacturing, distribution, mining, high-tech and publishing, as well as government agencies and NGOs.
I am passionate about solving seemingly complex problems with simple solutions and teaching others how to do the same.
This passion has lead me to focus on using technology, especially simulation to, find, test and validate potential solutions to common business problems.
I have over a decade of experience in using simulation and other tools to provide valuable insights to clients and partners.
I am one of the most experienced AnyLogic users with almost 10 years of continuous experience. I spend most of that time as a simulation consultant, building models for dozens of clients around the world. I increased the simulation business within decisionLab in the UK and pioneered simulation-based consulting within McKinsey & Company, Inc.
I now run my own consulting firm, advising clients in logistics, healthcare and automobile industries alike.
Dr. Alan Barnard is one of the world’s leading Decision Scientist and Theory of Constraints’ experts. Alan, a serial entrepreneur, is the Founder and CEO of Goldratt Research Labs, a company he co-founded in 2008 together with Dr. Eli Goldratt, creator of Theory of Constraints. There was an immediate connection between Alan and Eli after their first meeting in 1993. Alan and Eli were both curious about understanding why good people make and often repeat bad decisions within their life and in managing organizations. They were also both passionate about applying a robust scientific approach to developing new Thinking & Decision making methods and advanced Technologies to help people make better, faster decisions – decisions that move them closer to their goals.
Today, Alan works as a Strategy advisor, Researcher and Theory of Constraint (TOC) expert and educator, with both Fortune 500 companies as well as NGO’s and Government Agencies. His clients include Microsoft, Cargill, Tata Steel, Nike, ABB, BHP, Cisco, South32, SAP, Intel, Penguin Random House, BC Rail, Larsen & Toubro, Premier Foods, Fujitsu, Habitat for Humanity, UNDP, UNWFP and Utah Governor’s Office of Management and Budget.
Alan holds a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering (Cum Laude, 1991) and MsC and PhD in Management of Technology & Innovation (MOTI). His PhD thesis was titled “How to identify and unlock inherent potential within organizations (private & public) and individuals?”
Alan is very active in a number of Non-Profit Professional Organizations and Universities within his fields of interest. Alan is the former President of SAPICS and former chairman of TOCICO. Alan is also the Chairman of Odyssey Institute, a Non-Profit organization he co-founded with Dr. Eli Goldratt in 2005. Alan also serves as board member of BHP’s Science and Innovation Council and frequently serves as field supervisor of PhD students and guest lecturer at the DaVinci Institute and Duke University.