anyLogistix offers numerous examples that show basic concepts of supply chain design, problems this or that supply chain solves, and the way the required goals can be achieved.
All example scenarios are ready to be run out-of-the-box and require no additional tweaking.
This section contains detailed description for every example about the problem it addresses and the way this problem is solved.
The structure of the scenario is defined by the data in the anyLogistix tables. Certain tables are obligatory and are used all the time (Demand, Customers, Locations). Other tables are less frequent or even rare. Such tables make an example special, so pay attention to the tables mentioned in the introduction of the example's description.
While working with the example you may want to browse the In Use list of tables to have a better understanding of how the data is organized. The structure view on the other hand visually represents the current supply chain's set up.
Check the Related articles section on the right side of every example description to learn how to import the example and run the experiment this example belongs to.
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