This category contains:
- Pre-compiled binaries of the Soar Suite. This is the most common form of Soar that people will download.
If you're looking for the latest stable version, Soar 9.4.0, you can find it here.
- The Soar tutorial package. If you are new to Soar, this is what you'll want to download. This page contains a single self-contained package with all the things you'll need to go through the Soar Tutorial, namely Soar, the Java Debugger, VisualSoar, Eaters, TankSoar, sample agents, and Soar documentation. It's also an excellent companion download for those reading The Soar Cognitive Architecture.
If you have questions about running/building Soar or writing Soar agents, you can send a message to the soar-help mailing list, which is read by many helpful members of the community. You can join the mailing list at this page and then send your question to email@example.com.
- An archives of all previous releases of Soar.
This category contains a variety of agents developed for a wide range of different tasks and environments. You will find a full description of the agent, its capabilities and problem solving approach as well, as a download link. If the agent requires an environment, a link will be provided.
This category contains tools to help you deveop your Soar agents. This includes IDEs for developing Soar agents, a variety of both real-time and offline debugging tools and some syntax coloring add-ons for certain text editors.
This category contains an extensive list of domains you can develop agents in. Some are game-like environment simulators while other provide access to an external knowledge source for your agent to process and manipulate, for example WordNet or SoarQnA.
All of these domains are fully interfaced with Soar already.
This category contains a variety of small projects that you can use to learn more about how to interface to Soar. While we no longer actively support these projects, they may still work.