MATSim Extensions

MATSim offers several extensions which enhance the functionality with additional features. The following list gives an overview of the currently available extensions.

For a usage guide on how to use MATSim extensions in general, see here.

For the usage of a specific extension, please check the extension’s documentation.

If you want to contribute an extension, please see here.


Availability: Contrib

Please see our Javadoc page.

Please note that these extensions are usually maintained and provided by single members of the community. The MATSim core development team cannot make any guarantee that these extensions will be kept up-to-date and compatible with future releases, instead the maintainers themselves are responsible for this task.

For maintainers: Please use src/main/javadoc/overview.html inside your contrib for an introductory description of your contrib. See, e.g., the emissions contrib for an example.


Availability: External

TitleMaintainerDescription
bdiintegration Lin Padgham, Dhirendra Singh A package that integrates several BDI (belief-desire-intention) frameworks (such as JACK or Jadex) with several agent-based modelling frameworks (such as Repast, Simphony, and MATSim).
evacuation-gui Gregor Lämmel Adopts integrated approach for performing evacuation simulations. Replaces the "evacuation contrib" starting with release 0.10.x.
freightChainsFromTravelDiaries unmaintained Generate freight chains from travel diaries, specifically the German survey "KiD". Code used by Sebastian Schneider for his dissertation.
GTFS2MATSim Michael Zilske Another package to convert GTFS (google transit feed specification) data into a MATSim transit schedule.
GTFS2TransitSchedule Sergio Ordonez See matsim.org/javadoc under "gtfs2matsimtransitschedule" for more information.
josm-plugin Nico Kühnel, Michael Zilske A plug-in for JOSM, the OpenStreetMap editor, to save OSM data in the MATSim format.
Opdyts Amit Agarwal Provides integration of Opdyts with MATSim
Via Simunto GmbH Via is a stand-alone application that allows to visualize and analyze MATSim data as well as generic spatial and temporal data sets. Being a commercial software developed and distributed by Simunto, the application is not open source as the rest of MATSim. A limited, free version is available.

Please note that these extensions are usually maintained and provided by single members of the community. The MATSim core development team cannot make any guarantee that these extensions will be kept up-to-date and compatible with future releases, instead the maintainers themselves are responsible for this task.