# FREE Altair Compose Notebook: An Introduction to System Dynamics and Controls using Altair Compose

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FREE Altair Compose Notebook:

WHAT IS ALTAIR COMPOSE NOTEBOOK?

The Altair Compose Notebook is an environment where you can develop interactive documents, mixing text, pictures, equations, and editable scripts.

·        For Academia: an application to make teaching more efficient and fun

·        For Professional: a tool to create interactive document that you can share across your organization

·        For Everyone: an environment to develop and present your projects

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN FROM THIS NOTEBOOK?

In this first notebook we talk about System Dynamics and Controls. Our aim is to provide you with all the basic knowledge you will need to work on your projects or deepen your studies.

We will cover:

1.    System Dynamics

2.    Continuous Dynamics

2.1.   System Analysis

2.2.   Control Theory

3.    Discrete Dynamics

The theoretical explanation will be integrated by practical examples and applications, that will be developed leveraging Compose built-in functions (in particular the ControlSystem Library).

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HOW TO RUN COMPOSE NOTEBOOK:
Find the Compose_Jupyter.bat located at the Compose installation folder (default location for version 2019.4 is C:\Program Files\Altair\2019.4\Compose2019.4) and double click it.
This operation will launch the Notebook.

HOW TO OPEN AN EXISTING COMPOSE NOTEBOOK FILE (.ipynb):
All the .ipynb files MUST be located in this location: \Documents\ComposeNotebooks
Just click on File->Open Notebook and select the .ipynb to be opened.

This is a Compose Notebook version of the "System Dynamics and Controls Using Altair Compose" which can be downloaded at https://web.altair.com/system-dynamics-and-controls-using-altair-compose.
Before running it the first time, copy&paste all the .ipynb files in the right directory, as explained in HOW TO OPEN AN EXISTING COMPOSE NOTEBOOK FILE (.ipynb).
You can navigate to all chapters by opening CONTROL_SYSTEM_LIBRARY_1.ipynb.

FURTHER INFORMATION:
Compose NOtebook is availabe from Compose 2019.4. It gets installed automatically installing Compose2019.4