SimLab provides a free development framework for Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis.


SimLab is a professional tool for model developers, scientists and professionals, to learn, use and exploit uncertainty and sensitivity analysis techniques. The SimLab license encourages free non-commercial use.

SimLab provides a reference implementation of the various available uncertainty and sensitivity analysis techniques. SimLab is an on going project where new improvements progress on a regular basis since 1985.

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For Application Domains

All (User Specified Application Domain)

Decision Problem Types Targeted

Alternative Evaluation

Domain Knowledge Modeling Area

All (User Specified Domain Knowledge Modeling Area)

Planning And Decision Process Phases/Steps Served

Perform Sensitivity Analysis

Methods And Techniques Implemented

Sensitivity Analysis

Uncertainty Methods



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Windows 2000

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Description Of System Components

SimLab 2.2 was a standard Windows desktop application with graphical user interface. SiimLab 3.x is a binary distribution supported on Windows 2000/XP and Linux Debian gcc 3.3.2 and Linus RH9 gcc 3.4.2, and compatible on most unix flavors, any Microsoft OSs and all other gcc-compatible environments such as MacOS and mainframes. Supported compilers are Visual C++ 6.0/7.0/7.1 (i.e. 1998/2002/2003), gcc/g++, Compaq Visual Fortran 6.6 (bundled with VC60 and unsupported by Microsoft), and Intel Visual Fortran 8.0 (bundled with VC70+).

Technical Expertise Level Required

Extensive Computer/GIS Programming Skills

Online Download Available

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Developer Assistance Needed For Installation/Configuration

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Development Status

Regularly Distributed

Tool Maker

Econometrics And Applied Statistics Unit (EAS), Joint Research Centre (European Commission)

Contact Email


Martin Wong

Parent Categories

Aspatial Decision Support Tools

Software Tools And Models - All

First Created

2009-10-13T09:47:42.125 ^^

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Software Type

Aspatial Decision Support Tools

Decision Process Activity Types Served

Alternative Ranking, Decision Making

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  • Pan to see the rest of the graph
  • Scroll the mousewheel up and down to zoom in and out
  • Rearrange the nodes in the graph by dragging a node to a different position


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