Configuring the Inputs
section in AnyLogic Cloud
When configuring the Inputs
section, you can toggle the visibility of the experiment's inputs,
change the input's control types as
well as expose the experiment's internal settings:
To show /
hide an input element
- Click the icon on
the left of the element. The element will be hidden and the icon will
change to . Click the
icon again to show the element.
Arranging the input parameters
input parameters section arrangement replicates the one for the
top-level agent of the model (it is commonly the Main
To set the order of the parameters in the Inputs section of
AnyLogic Cloud model experiment, you must modify options in
section of the main agent's properties in AnyLogic.
You can customize each parameter as follows:
- Use the and arrows
to move a parameter up or down in the list.
- To add a separating line above the parameter, select the Add separator option.
- To begin a new section starting with the parameter, select
the Begin section
option and provide the name of the section in the text field.
Setting the input's name and control type
Model inputs' names and associated control types are defined
in the Value editor
section of the corresponding parameter's properties prior to
exporting the model:
You can change the input's control type in AnyLogic
Cloud by selecting it from the drop-down list:
section contains the experiment's internal settings. Certain
experiment have their own control types, which are visible by default
in the Inputs section:
- Monter Carlo 1:
- Monter Carlo 2:
- Number of iterations
- Number of replications
- Variation with replications:
The following default control types are hidden by default, but you
can make them available in the experiment's dashboard if
- Seed of
- the number the model's random number generator will be initialized
with. [Currently, random seed is not supported in AnyLogic Cloud.]
- Stop mode - defines the
trigger stopping model simulation. To define the simulation
period, use the Start time, Start
date,Stop time, Stop date controls.
Note: The defined start/stop
time/date values can override the default values, which were
provided when exporting the model to AnyLogic Cloud.
- Start time - the time
point at which
experiment will start.
- Start date - the date at which
- the time point at which experiment will stop.
- the date at which experiment will start.
- the maximum
size of Java heap allocated for the model. Here you can
the default value that was provided when exporting the model to