Registration fee includes software download and training materials.
This course is designed for planners/modelers with limited exposure to the Cube software. It is particularly beneficial for transportation professionals who need to analyze results in existing Cube models, or to be able to manipulate and run different tests and scenarios. Senior-level managers needing an overview of software and capabilities could also benefit from attendance.
WHAT WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED (HIGH LEVEL SUMMARY):
- The course will demonstrate Cube components in detail, (catalogs, applications, modules, programs, inputs/outputs) to provide attendees with a complete understanding of the software interface and of the components defining a Cube model.
- The course will cover methodology to make edits to input multimodal networks, and to simulate and run scenarios. Results from the different scenarios will be analyzed and compared. Visualization of outputs will be explored, together with the generation of summary tables and reporting.
- After the course, attendees will be able to understand the structure of an existing Cube model, identify the main components, examine and manipulate inputs and outputs, run scenarios and analyze results. Users will be able to leverage the powerful capability of Cube as a Cube Model Applier.
Upon successful registration and payment, attendees will find links to download software for use on personal or work computer. (Need an invoice generated for this expense? Please contact Katie Brinson at KBrinson@citilabs.com.)
It is recommended that the installation of the software and of the licence is done and checked prior starting the course. If you have any issues, please contact GeneralSupport@Citilabs.com (orEU_Support@Citilabs.com if you are based in Europe).
Course notes and Cube models are provided for download in the first course. A certificate of completion will be provided to those who have completed the entire course content.
The course will be taught in English.
- How to open a Cube model including file/folder structure
- The Cube interface:
- Flow chart
- Scenario Manager
- Data Manager
- Application Manager
- Main input & output files and opening them
- How to change global parameters
- How to add scenarios
- How to view and edit highway Networks
- How to run Cube
- How to show results in the Network program
- How to use the network comparison template
- How to display results in Cube GIS:
- Public Transport
- How to create a Cube report
- Quick look at templates
- How to find help
- Cube Online
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StartIntroduction: Includes downloads - please read (2:03)
StartChapter 1: Opening Cube and Model Structure (10:57)
StartChapter 2: Cube Applications (9:14)
StartChapter 3: Flow Chart and Programs (22:48)
StartChapter 4: Data Window (5:19)
StartChapter 5: Data Manager (6:15)
StartChapter 6: Input and Output Files (19:37)
StartChapter 7: Catalog Keys (13:23)
StartChapter 8: Scenarios (12:54)
StartChapter 9: Highway Networks - Viewing (29:52)
StartChapter 10: Highway Networks - Editing (26:54)
StartChapter 11: Running Cube (11:53)
StartChapter 12: Network Program (11:25)
StartChapter 13: Scenario Comparison (15:26)
StartChapter 14: Cube GIS - Highway Maps (31:48)
StartChapter 15: Cube GIS - Transit Maps (13:21)
StartChapter 16: Cube Reports (15:41)
StartChapter 17: Cube Templates (1:51)
StartChapter 18: Cube Help (4:48)
StartChapter 19: Cube Online (3:55)