The "MATSim Book" is now the authoritative reference. The book is diveded into four parts, covering a broad range of topics.
There is an extract of the first couple of chapters, which contains the most relevant topics for new users:
(If the above link seems not to work, try to right-click the link and select "Save Link As…" or "Download Linked File As…" or similar, depending on your browser.)
It is planned that this book extract will be updated once a year to stay consistent with the code.
In addition to the book (and its extract), we've collected some topics coming up often below.
The developer guide
- provides specification of key-aspects of MATSim (e.g. file formats, simulation events, ...)
- lists some guidelines for developers (e.g. coding conventions) to keep MATSim maintainable.
- gives information about certain packages, how to (programmatically) use them and what features they offer.
- offers additional pieces of information that may/should be of interest to developers (e.g. how to use Eclipse for development, or some Java-tips)
Being an open-source project heavily driven by research organizations world-wide, a lot of publications were written about MATSim. If you are interested in scientific publications about MATSim, the publication lists of the following institutions serve as a good entry point:
Some links on third-party sites may refer to content that no longer exists on this website. You might have a look at the archived, old website and see if the content is still available there.