SIMBA Python Library
The Simba Python Module (aesim.simba) is a Python package that contains hundreds of functions providing direct access to SIMBA such as creating a circuit, modifying parameters, running a simulation, and retrieving results. aesim.simba is independent and does not require to have SIMBA installed to be used.
The easiest way to install the Python package is using pip:
pip install aesim.simba
aesim.simba is compatible with Windows, Macos and Linux (64-bit). Mono is required on macOS and Linux.
The deployment key available on your account profile page must be used to activate aesim.simba. Two methods are available:
Using Environment Variable
The easiest way to activate pysimba is to set the environment variable
SIMBA_DEPLOYMENT_KEY value to your deployment key. To add a new environment variable in Windows:
- Open the Start Search, type in “env”, and choose “Edit the system environment variables”:
- Click the “Environment Variables…” button.
- Set the environment variables as needed. The New button adds an additional variable.
The License can be also used to activate aesim.simba.
The package documentation is available here.
Running a simulation using the Python Library is significantly faster than using the SIMBA User Interface because there is no overhead.
Feel free to use our public GitHub project to check and contribute to our roadmap.