Using AnyLogic Events view, you can view the event queue of AnyLogic simulation engine to view what is happening at the simulation engine at the lowest level details and to make some changes to the event processing.
The Events view displays the event queue of AnyLogic simulation engine for the launched model. You can use the events window for debugging purposes to view what is happening at the simulation engine at the lowest level details and to make some changes to the event processing. The user often works with the events window using the Step command.To open the Events view
Events view. Main page
Each event in the Events
view is displayed in the following form:
At the event steps of the simulation, there exist current events – those that can be executed at the time now. Among the current events, there is one chosen to be executed next and others are considered as enabled (potentially could be executed next).
Among the non-current events (those that cannot be executed at
time now) there may be events scheduled at some particular time known
in the future, and others that do not know their times (for example, a
transition waiting for a message). The latter ones are called
predicates. All monitored predicates are shown in the lower pane of the
Main page of
The occurrence times of the scheduled events may be displayed either as relative to “now” or as absolute values.
To display the
in relative/absolute values
The occurrence time of a scheduled event may be modified.
To change the
occurrence time of
a scheduled event
Events view. Statistics page