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Old   July 27, 2017, 11:46
Default Infolytica = are you familiar with it?
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Infolytica is a very able competitor of Maxwell in the EM simulation field (that is much faster than Maxwell) and I am surprised people are not posting about it.
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Old   October 19, 2017, 10:42
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What u need to know about it.I have a quite decent experience in it.U can post your doubts
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What u need to know about it.I have a quite decent experience in it.U can post your doubts
I'd like to know how it compares with say Maxwell I have experience with. Some people say it is much faster (is it?), is it more trustful (the results), is the GUI friendlier?
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Definitely, every software has its own pros and cons.

Say Maxwell has a well-composed calculator. if u have profound knowledge in filed theory u can do wonderful things. And most of all it has a large user community.
On the other hand, Infolytica provides what u need. Everything over there is simple to use.

In terms of GUI and utility Maxwell 18 has become comparable to other packages like AutoDesk products but there is still a gap to be filled in Infolytica Inc.

The results are moreover closer and solving is fast in Maxwell.

If u are a beginner u can start with Infolytica and then proceed to Maxwell.
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Definitely, every software has its own pros and cons.

Say Maxwell has a well-composed calculator. if u have profound knowledge in filed theory u can do wonderful things. And most of all it has a large user community.
On the other hand, Infolytica provides what u need. Everything over there is simple to use.

In terms of GUI and utility Maxwell 18 has become comparable to other packages like AutoDesk products but there is still a gap to be filled in Infolytica Inc.

The results are moreover closer and solving is fast in Maxwell.

If u are a beginner u can start with Infolytica and then proceed to Maxwell.
thank you GeeJay
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