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688 Analysis
Plotters
Plotter
Plotter, DE MultiSim
Plotter, Discrete Event
Plotter, Error Bars
Plotter, FFT
Plotter, I/O
Plotter, MultiSim
Plotter, Scatter
Description Model
Accumulates the values from up to four runs of a discrete event or DE/DR discrete rate simulation on a single plot pane and table. In the dia-
log, you can choose to only plot values when they change or to
plot all values. You can also specify by number which trace to
show the current run on and whether to automatically increment the trace number.
Gives plots and tables of data for up to four value inputs in dis- DE/DR crete event and discrete rate models. Both the value and the time
the value was recorded are shown in the data table for each input.
In the dialog you can specify whether to plot values only when
they change or to plot all values. Use the Show instantaneous length option if you attach an input to the L connector of a queue- type block and you want it to report on items that arrive and depart on the same time step (these are items that stay in the queue for zero time).
Similar to the Plotter DE Error Bars except it is only used in con- C tinuous models. As opposed to the Plotter DE Error Bars, this
plotter calculates the mean and standard deviations for the value
at the exact point or step in time rather than its average over the
time interval.
A specialized plotter used by electronic engineers, it plots both C the data that is input and the FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) of the data. When you double-click the FFT icon, it shows a dialog
where you can specify the number of FFT points and choose an
FFT window.
Gives plots and tables of data for up to four time-associated C inputs. In the dialog, you can specify that only every “nth” point
is plotted and you can choose whether or not to autoscale the plot during the simulation. The output connectors allow the data gen- erated in one simulation to be used as an input to another simula- tion. To do this, run the simulation, then copy the plotter into the new model and connect from its output connectors.
Accumulates the results of up to four runs of a continuous simula- C tion on a single plot pane and table. You can specify by number which trace to show the current run on and whether to automati- cally increment the trace number.
Shows two sets of data plotted as x,y value pairs. You must con- Both nect both the x and y inputs of at least one pair in order to plot
data.
How To
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