Using AnyLogic Events panel, you can check the event queue of AnyLogic simulation engine to see what is happening at the simulation engine at the lowest level of detail.
The Events panel displays the event queue of AnyLogic simulation engine for the launched model. You can use the events panel for debugging purposes to see what is happening at the simulation engine at the lowest level of detail. The user often works with the events panel using the Step command.To open the Events panel
The Events panel itself consists of two tabs:
Both tabs can display no more than 50 events at a time. The events displayed are updated every 0.5 second.
Events panel. Event queue. Events panel. Monitored conditions.
The event that is going to be executed next is highlighted in blue. The system events, e.g. auto-generated chart update, are grayed-out. Events that occur at the same time are grouped together and the time left until these events are executed is
displayed only for the first event in the group.
Depending on the type of the event, they are marked by different icons. The image on the left side of the icon indicates the source of event:
The image on the right side of the icon indicates how the event is scheduled to occur:
To open the presentation of the agent that contains an event
To pause the model execution directly before particular event execution