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Graphical Output

There are graphics controls and viewers to view, export and manipulate your 2D- and 3D-graphs and grids using the following windows.

Graphics Control

Before your simulations, book graphs and grids to automatically appear when the simulation starts by using this Graphics Control. You also have option for the graphs and grids to appear automatically tiled. Alternatively, open new graphs and grids on-the-fly during simulations using the Graphics menu on the Main Control Panel window. You could do this to find out which graphical outputs you need and then program them into this Graphics Control for automation.

Landscape Surface Plot

One of the many ways that you can check your data. First thing to do is take a look at it. Specify your Landscape Topography in the GIS Control then make sure it looks right here.

Graphs

The graphs here are a very powerful way to investigate complex relations within your system. Basically, plot anything against anything and watch the results update in real time. Before your simulations, book graphs to automatically appear when the simulation starts by using the Graphics Control or open new graphs on-the-fly during simulations using the Graphics menu on the Main Control Panel window.

Grids

An amazing range of spatial data inputs and outputs are available for display as grids. This is a bit memory-hungry so perhaps limit your grids for your longer simulations once you have checked your data. Otherwise, enjoy the spatial patterns as they emerge before your eyes. Before your simulations, book grids to automatically appear when the simulation starts by using the Graphics Control or open new grids on-the-fly during simulations using the Graphics menu on the Main Control Panel window.

Grid Viewer

A great utility to parse your ascii grid outputs as both columns and flat grids. Animate the file sequences to recreate your simulation then generate another grid of the average cell values.

Animal Populations

The Commuting Grid, Resource Matching Plot and Piosphere Plot are the three types of graphical output that you can access via the Animal Populations window.
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