Configuring the Outputs section in AnyLogic Cloud

When configuring the Outputs section, you can add or remove the output data elements and freely position them within the Outputs area.

The following elements can be added:

To add an element, click the button. To remove an element, click the icon in its top-right corner.

How-To video: AnyLogic Cloud

To add an Output

  1. Click in the  Add output placeholder. A blank Output element will be created:

  2. Provide the label for the Output in the text field.
  3. Choose the type of the Output from the Choose type drop-down list. Depending on the type of data you want to visualize, select the appropriate option:

  4. Click the  Add item button inside the output and choose the desired model output value from the drop-down list to serve as the data item. The set of available data items depends on the type of the output that you have selected:

  5. If necessary, customize the output:

Extended customization

Most of the output charts offer extended customization settings, which are available by clicking on  icon next to the Choose type drop-down list.


Plot

Interpolation - Defines the interpolation of the plot, i.e. what values plot takes between two adjacent data set points:

Linear - two adjacent data set points are connected with a straight-line segment
Step - the Y value between two adjacent data points is the same as in the point with less x-value

Vertical scale type - Here you can choose the type of scale for Y axis:

Auto - auto-scaling mode
Fixed - minimum and maximum values which you can specify in the Vertical scale range controls

Horizontal scale type - Here you can choose the type of scale for X axis

Auto - auto-scaling mode
Fixed - minimum and maximum values which you can specify in the Horizontal scale range controls

Select output - Here you can select the model output value as a data item of the plot.

Time plot

Interpolation - Defines the interpolation of the plot, i.e. what values plot takes between two adjacent data set points:

Linear - two adjacent data set points are connected with a straight-line segment
Step - the Y value between two adjacent data points is the same as in the point with less x-value

Vertical scale type - Here you can choose the type of scale for Y axis:

Auto - auto-scaling mode
Fixed - minimum and maximum values which you can specify in the Vertical scale range controls

Time window - Here you can specify the length and the time units of the time axis.

Select output - Here you can select the model output value as a data item of the plot.

Time stack chart

Vertical scale type - Here you can choose the type of scale for Y axis:

Auto - auto-scaling mode
Fixed - minimum and maximum values which you can specify in the Vertical scale range controls
100% - the scale range equals 100%

Time window - Here you can specify the length and the time units of the time axis.

Select output - Here you can select the model output value as a data item of the plot.

Time color chart

Color mapping - Here you can map the color to values that satisfy a specific condition and set this condition

Time window - Here you can specify the length and the time units of the time axis.

Histogram

Show PDF - Probability distribution function is displayed in the form of vertical bars. Every bar represents an interval where the height is proportional to the number of data set points within the interval.

Show CDF - Cumulative distribution function will be displayed as a polyline over the vertical bars.

Show mean - Mean value is displayed as a vertical line at the corresponding value axis position.

Relative bars width - Here you can adjust the width of a bar.

Select output - Here you can select the model output value as a data item of the plot.

Stack chart

Relative bars width - Here you can adjust the width of a bar.

Select output - Here you can select the model output value as a data item of the plot.

You can change the bars growth direction by clicking the button in the upper left corner of the chart:  for horizontal growth and  for vertical growth.

Bar chart

Relative bars width - Here you can adjust the width of a bar.

Select output - Here you can select the model output value as a data item of the plot.

You can change the bars growth direction by clicking the button in the upper left corner of the chart:  for horizontal growth and  for vertical growth.

The Output elements that you add to the dashboard can be organized into collapsible sections.

To add a section
  1. Click in the  Add section placeholder. A section header will be created:

  2. Type the name of the section in the text field:

  3. The section is initially empty. Add Outputs to the section by dragging them below the section header:


    Alternatively, you can drag the section header itself using the dragging handle on its left edge. Position the section above the outputs you would like to include into it.

    Note: Section header marks the beginning of the section. All elements located below the header are included in the section. The section ends only with the beginning of a new section.
To visually divide the workspace into distinct areas, you can a add horizontal line between the Output elements. 

To add a separating line

  1. Click the button. The separating line will appear in the workspace.
  2. Position the line as necessary by dragging it using the dragging handle on its left edge.

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