Currently, there are two software tools available to draw and analyze an e3value model: e3editor and e3tool.


The e3value editor and analyzer developed by the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is a full implementation of the e3value language as explained in the reference book. The editor allows you to draw the models, export them in JPG or SVG format. Moreover, you can generate the net value flow sheets, which can be read by Excel.

This software is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.

Please download the e3 value tool here. You need to have a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) installed.


There is also a new e3value toolset developed by the University of Twente. This toolset adds the ability to model and analyze sub-ideal value models. These are value models in which one more actors expose fraudulent behaviour. It also includes an automated fraud assessment module.

The tool be downloaded here.

The .jar version requires a Java Virtual Machine (JVM), but there is also a portable version for Windows.