Level 3 – Resources for Intermediate Users
Discover learning content designed to help you continue your education in using mathematical optimization.
As an intermediate user, we suggest you start with the Linear Programming Tutorial and then use our Getting Started with Gurobi resources. Or you can dive right into our Functional Code Examples, Modeling Examples, and Jupyter Notebook Modeling Examples.
Overview: Linear Programming - An Introduction
Watch this video to get a preview of the Linear Programming Tutorial.
Linear Programming Tutorial
In this 14-part video tutorial, Gurobi’s Sr. Technical Content Manager Pano Santos, PhD, explains the foundational principles of Linear Programming and Mixed Integer Linear Programming. This series is useful for data scientists, computer scientists, business analysts, and systems/IT engineers who have little or no background in mathematical programming. In this video series, you will learn how to formulate practical problems as Mixed Integer Linear Programs.
Getting Started with Gurobi
While we support all major programming languages, most of our users choose our Python API for their modeling and development efforts. Even if you are currently familiar with another programming language, you may find that – like many of our other users – you are more productive using our Python API. You can learn more on our Gurobi Python Modeling and Development Environment page.
Quick Start Guide
This guide covers software installation, explains how to obtain and install a license, and provides an introduction to the Gurobi Interactive Shell. Download for:
Modeling Basics, LP and MIP Overviews
The Modeling Basics page offers an overview of the modeling process – from creating the conceptual model, to implementing, and finally solving it. The LP Basics and MIP Basics pages provide an overview of each problem type and highlight the algorithms used to solve each.
This guide takes you through the set of tasks you will likely want to perform with the Gurobi Optimizer such as loading and solving a model, building and modifying a model, changing parameters, etc. It also contains a set of example code across a range of languages and all source code. . You can view the PDF or the Online Guide.
This manual contains documentation for the C, C++, C#, Java®, Microsoft® .NET, Python, MATLAB, and R interfaces including sections on Attributes and Parameters. You can access the Reference Manual here.
Gurobi Cloud Guide
In this guide, you will learn how to use the Gurobi Cloud – a remote Gurobi service via cloud computing. The Gurobi Cloud allows you to run one or more Gurobi Compute Servers without having to purchase new computers or new Gurobi licenses. You can also use cloud instances as workers for distributed optimization. Before using the Gurobi Cloud, please familiarize yourself with Gurobi Remote Services. Available in HTML.
Gurobi Community Discussion Forum
In this moderated Gurobi Community Discussion Forum, users can read and post questions about the Gurobi Optimizer. You can also read current and past messages and knowledge base articles.
Ready to Dive into Code and Modeling Examples?
We’ve developed examples to give you a starting point to learn how build your own models with our Functional Code Examples, Modeling Examples and Jupyter Notebook Modeling Examples. We’ve chosen the LO-Regression and Customer Assigment modeling examples in Jupyter Notebook to help you get started as an intermediate user.
Level 4 - Advanced Users
Commercial Evaluation Trial
Gurobi allows you to try a free, full-featured, commercial evaluation license for 30 days. During that time, you’ll also get:
- Free benchmarking services
- Free model tuning services
- Access to Gurobi’s world-class technical support
- Two free hours of one-on-one consulting services
Note to Academic Users: Academic users at recognized degree-granting institutions can get a free academic license. You can learn about our academic program here.
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