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  • Views are used to save a set of plots and stickies for a model. This includes the variables plotted and shown in stickies as well as the positioning of plots and stickies.
  • Views are saved in the context of the active workspace for the workspace package and global libraries. The eye button toggles the default view on and off.
  • The dropdown allows to select preconfigured views or to open the right panel to access all the details.

Create a view🔗

  1. To create a view, at least one plot or sticky must be enabled.
  2. On the right side of the canvas, the view button is used to see the list of available views.
Create a view

  1. Click Save as... to add a view and give it a name. The new view is then saved and is available in the list

Update a view🔗

  1. An updated setup of plots and stickies can be saved to an existing view.
Update a view animation

  1. The view is then overwritten with the current setup of plots and stickies.

Delete a view🔗

  1. To delete a view, press the button.

Component view🔗

Views can be defined as part of a component, will be available when this component is added to a model.

  1. Drag variables from the Model browser to create plots even if there are no results for the active model.
  2. In the case below, a View is defined for the Inertia component showing J and phi in a sticky. This view is then shown in the list with the [Inertia] prefix to show that this is a component view.
  3. Component view can be enabled directly from the component in the canvas when component is selected.
Component view

System view🔗

System views can be defined for model components.

  1. Right mouse click > Inspect component and plot or sticky creation > save view.
  2. These views will be available under System views.
System view

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