This Tool Makes It Super Easy to Create Interactive Simulations
Whether you're working on a big presentation for
Trying to explain complicated
Once you've drawn your nodes, you can label each one, connect them with either a "+" or "-" relationship line, and add text around everything to explain what's happening. If you mouse over a node, you can click to increase or decrease the number of arrows moving through your loop, adjusting your simulation on the fly. The animation above shows off how it works. In this scenario, the more rabbits there are in the wild, the more foxes there can be. And more foxes means fewer rabbits. But that's just a very simple example of what you can do with the tool. When your simulation is complete, you can share the system model with a link, or embed them in websites.
You can also just use Loopy for fun, like with this systematic approach to my productivity:
You can learn more and give Loopy a go here . Now, if you'll excuse me, I need more coffee.