Over the last five years, we have been adding new features to EasyFit mostly with business users in mind, but thanks to the nature of the product and the special academic pricing, it has become quite popular among the academic community: a quick search in Google reveals numerous research papers referring to EasyFit, just to name a few:
- “Co-evolution of Social and Affiliation Networks” (University of Maryland, USA) [link]
- “Power laws in top wealth distributions: evidence from Canada” (Brock University, Canada) [link]
- “Duration of Coherence Intervals in Electrical Brain Activity in Perceptual Organization” (RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan) [link]
- “Resource Management Schemes for Mobile Ad hoc Networks” (National University of Singapore, Singapore) [link]
- “Modelling the diffusion of innovation management theory using S-curves” (University of London, UK) [link]
It is pleasing to see EasyFit helping researchers in such diverse disciplines get their job done in a more efficient way.