The Austrian Economics Model has both 2D and 3D view modes. The 3D view deliberately uses low-polygon models coinciding with the degree of abstraction in the simulation. Agent are clearly identifiable as agents, but without significant level of graphical detail. Goods are represented as basic polygon shapes.
In both the 2D and 3D view modes, one can click any agent or good to bring up an information panel. This is particularly important for agents since they have much information with respect to their beliefs, desires, and intentions, as well as objective information about their economic state. In future versions of AEM, one will be able to change certain data and variables through the informational panel. This would add a layer of interactivity and control to the simulation.
Data analysis is done through Python scripts and the usual scientific libraries (NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib).