A downloadable tool for Windows and Linux
Command line program for creating, running and analyzing outcome simulations.
source available at: https://github.com/adamsky/endgame
endgame is part of the effort to create an extendable and easy to use
world simulation system.
For most of the work related to creating and processing simulations it uses the
outcome simulation engine library.
For more information about the project check out theoutcomeproject.com
This is a work in progress. Expect bugs and lots of unfinished business.
To learn about what features are already implemented and what you can try with the latest release check out the mini tutorial on using endgame on the documentation pages.
It’s a toolkit
endgame is a set of tools that help you create, test, run and analyze outcome simulations.
Content creation and management
- initialize new modules, scenarios and proofs with commented noob-friendly templates
- test load simulations to report statistics, predicted memory usage and simulation speed, etc
- download dependencies
- run simulations in either *interactive* or *auto* mode, using *scenarios*,
*snapshots* or *proofs* as input
- server mode can make endgame into a remote simulation runner, taking commands and sending data over tcp
- **cluster** acts like a server, but in the background splits the workload
between many machines
- read data from snapshots
- plot data from snapshots onto graphs
It's easy to use
`endgame` is meant to be easy to use out of the box. It's distributed as single-file
executable, without the need for any additional dependencies.
That said, command line interfaces are not for anyone. That's why
there's a graphical user interface app available as well.
Check out [furnace](https://github.com/adamsky/furnace).
It’s open and free
endgame is free software. It's meant to allow anyone to work with outcome simulations. You're welcome to come and help with development, whether it's by contributing code, testing, or just providing useful feedback.
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