The latest versions of Architect are available on our downloads page. Architect is available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
On the download site, click on the "Architect for 64-bit Windows" link. Your download will start automatically.
Once the download is complete, click on the .exe file to start installation.
If asked "Do you want to allow the following program from an unknown publisher to make changes to this computer?", click "Yes".
The Architect Setup Wizard will then launch.
Click 'Next'. On the following screen, choose the folder where you would like to install Architect.
Click 'Install', and installation will proceed automatically. Once installation has concluded, click "Finish' to close the installer.
On the download site, click on the "Architect for Mac OS X" link. Your download will start automatically.
Once the download is complete, click on the .dmg file to start installation.
Control-click the Architect app icon, then choose "Open" from the shortcut menu
If asked "Architect is from an unidentified developer. Are you sure you want to open it?", click "Open".
Once the installation is complete, Architect will launch automatically.
Installation from repositories
To install Architect from our Ubuntu package repository, follow the steps below:
Step One: Add our GPG-key
Open a terminal, then type:
gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-key 18F3EEF7
gpg -a --export 18F3EEF7 | sudo apt-key add -
It should say 'OK'.
Step Two: Edit your sources.list
In the terminal, type:
sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list
Go to the end of the file and add the code corresponding to your operating system:
For Ubuntu 14.04:
deb http://deb.openanalytics.eu trusty main
For Ubuntu 16.04:
deb http://deb.openanalytics.eu xenial main
Now save and close the file (in nano: ctrl+O and ctrl+X).
Step Three: Install
sudo apt-get install architect
Now you're ready to use Architect.
.rpm package files are available for Architect on our downloads page.
.deb file, then type in the terminal:
dpkg -i XXX.deb
where 'XXX.deb' is the name of the downloaded
You can also double-click the
.deb file to open Ubuntu Software Center.
Click "Install" and enter your password if prompted:
.rpm file, then type in the terminal:
rpm -i XXX.rpm
where 'XXX.rpm' is the name of the downloaded