Standalone desktop version (download): IFs requires at least 2 gigabytes of hard drive space and 1 gigabyte of memory. Operating systems supported are Windows XP through Windows 10. For information on using IFs on a Mac, please click here.
IFs forecasts are also accessible via Google’s Public Data Explorer and through web links from country profile pages on Wikipedia. Links from both of those sources will take you directly into the IFs system on the University of Denver’s servers.
All web browser and desktop versions of IFs are available for anyone to use for free.
To download the latest version of IFs, please click on one of the links below. Note that you will need to provide a valid email address to access the download link.
Supporting the Open Source Community
The code underlying IFs is open source to support educational use and the development of the next generation of analysts. You are welcome to develop your own modules and subsystems for use with the IFs system.
Free open-source software is not free to develop or maintain, of course. We hope that if you find IFs useful you will credit and provide feedback to the Pardee Center.
We recommend the following citation for referencing IFs:
International Futures (IFs) modeling system, Version x.xx. Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, Denver, CO.
Access the IFs Wiki here.