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How do I set up System Modeler on macOS?

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Before beginning the installation, please make sure that you have finished downloading the installer from the Wolfram User Portal. If you are installing from a USB device, locate the System Modeler installer on your computer after inserting the USB.

  1. Quit any Wolfram products that you may have running.
  2. Double-click the .dmg System Modeler installer file. Your computer then runs a check to verify that the file downloaded correctly. After verifying the integrity of the installer file, the main installer window appears.
  3. To install, click and drag the System Modeler icon to the Applications folder in the dialog. The installer starts copying System Modeler onto your computer.

    To install System Modeler in a location other than your Applications folder, click and drag the icon to the desired folder.

Once the installer has finished copying the files, System Modeler’s installation is complete. You can run System Modeler from your Applications folder. Activate System Modeler to start using it.

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