Browser window shows the content of one object
of the model and functions as control center to give commands to the system.
Clicking on the object labels move the browser to that object. Clicking
on the variables' labels allow the setting of options.
a model is loaded, a window provides a graphical
representation of the model, and provides shortcuts to move the browser
to that object.
data windows shows all, and only, the elements requiring an initialization.
Each line concern a parameter or a lagged variable. Each column concern
one copy of the object. Such windows are generated for one type of object
|| The window to
set object numbers shows all the copies of
the objects in the model. It is possible to modify the numerosity of groups
of objects in a many ways, allowing the creation of complex configurations
in a very simple way.
window contains the messages from the system to the user (e.g. error
messages) and allows the control during a simulation run, like activating
the debugger or aborting the simulation.
time plot is the time series graph of the values from some selected
variables, plotted during a run. Variables to appear in the run time plot
must be set before the simulation starts.
module analysis of results allows to plot time-series
and cross-section graphs from the selected seriees, produce descriptive
statistics, and export series. It is possible to use data from older simulations
and compare multiple simulation final values.
Debugger window, shows the content of the model
object-by-object. Can be used before, during and after a simulation run,
modifying any value of the model. Interruptions can be ordered manually,
at a given time step or conditional to the value of variables.
showing the equations' code. These windows
show the code for a variable but cannot be used to modify the equations.
Use LMM for this purpose.