How-to Guides Introduction

The following how-to guides provide steps to work through several common real-world problems that Mimi is targeted at solving. They are a bit less detailed than the tutorials, and are thus targeted at a user with some level of experience with Mimi (likely obtained through moving through some or all of the tutorials).

If you find a bug in these guides, or have a clarifying question or suggestion, please reach out via Github Issues or our Mimi Framework forum. We welcome your feedback.

Available How-to Guides

How-to Guide 1: Construct and Run a Model

How-to Guide 2: View and Explore Model Results

How-to Guide 3: Conduct Monte Carlo Simulations and Sensitivity Analysis

How-to Guide 4: Work with Timesteps, Parameters, and Variables

How-to Guide 5: Update the Time Dimension

How-to Guide 6: Port to Mimi v0.5.0

How-to Guide 7: Port from (>=) Mimi v0.5.0 to Mimi v1.0.0