The Palette view provides the list of graphical model elements grouped by categories in a number of stencils (palettes).
To show/hide the Palette view
By default, the Palette view is docked to the left side of the window.
The Palette view
The Palette view shares the same area within the application window with the Projects view. If Projects or some other view (e.g. Search) is shown there, just click the Palette view tab to bring it on top:
The Palette view is the place where you can find any AnyLogic graphical element and add it onto a graphical diagram of some agent class or experiment.
To add an element onto a diagram of agent type or experiment
Drag the element from the Palette view to the place of the diagram, where you want to place this element.
The Palette view consists of a number of stencils (palettes):
Process Modeling Library - Process Modeling Library blocks and space markup shapes related to this library.
Pedestrian Library - Pedestrian Library blocks and space markup shapes related to this library.
Rail Library - Rail Library blocks and space markup shapes related to this library.
Road Traffic Library - Road Traffic Library blocks and space markup shapes related to this library.
Fluid Library - Fluid Library blocks and space markup shapes related to this library.
System Dynamics - The palette contains elements frequently used by System Dynamics modelers.
Agent - The palette contains elements for defining dynamics of the model, its structure and data.
Presentation - The palette contains shapes (line, oval, rectangle, polyline, curve, etc.), that you can use to draw presentations and 3D animations of your models and also a set of elements (3D window, camera, light) required to construct 3D animation scene.
Space Markup - The palette contains elements for marking up the space in models to define, for instance, agent locations, draw roads, railways, etc.
Analysis - The palette contains elements, used for collecting, viewing and analyzing output data.
Controls - The palette contains controls (button, slider, checkbox, etc.) providing ability for creating interactive active object presentations.
Statechart - The palette contains elements of statecharts.
Actionchart - The palette contains blocks of actioncharts - structured block charts allowing defining algorithms graphically.
Connectivity - The palette contains tools for database connectivity. Please note that AnyLogic offers a more powerful built-in database that we recommend you to use instead of these connectivity tools.
Pictures - The palette contains a set of pictures of frequently modeled objects.
3D Objects - The palette contains a set of 3D images of frequently modeled objects.
The Palette view may also display palettes of third-party AnyLogic libraries plugged-in by user.
To show a particular palette
You can close any rarely used palette (or library palette as well) whenever you need and reopen any earlier closed palettes.
To open/close a palette
Opening and closing views
Minimizing and maximizing views
Moving and resizing views
Grouping and ungrouping views