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simulation_issues [2015/08/13 11:24]
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simulation_issues [2015/08/13 14:45] (current)
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 ====Checklist==== ====Checklist====
-  - If you can't start a simulation, check the [[error messages#​error message]]  ​+  - If you can't start a simulation, check the [[error messages#errors|error message]]  ​
   - If the simulation halts due to an error, consult the [[error messages#​simulation errors|simulation error listing]].  ​   - If the simulation halts due to an error, consult the [[error messages#​simulation errors|simulation error listing]].  ​
   - If you can start the simulation but crashes, or if the results are crazy, try to lower the absolute and relative error settings of the [[solver]] and run a new simulation. This helps in some situations and is an easy thing to try before digging deeper.  ​   - If you can start the simulation but crashes, or if the results are crazy, try to lower the absolute and relative error settings of the [[solver]] and run a new simulation. This helps in some situations and is an easy thing to try before digging deeper.  ​
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 ===Raw data table=== ===Raw data table===
  
-Your new best friend is the [[raw data table]]. For a given output, it shows all values that have been generated for a specific time point. ​+Your new best friend is the [[tables_screen#​raw data table]]. For a given output, it shows all values that have been generated for a specific time point. ​
  
 ===Time chart=== ===Time chart===
  
-Another useful friend is the [[time chart]], which can help you identify [[wp>​outliers]] for time dependent outputs. Before you proceed, be aware that if you have run many (>500) simulations,​ drawing the chart will take some time. +Another useful friend is the [[charts_screen#​time chart]], which can help you identify [[wp>​outliers]] for time dependent outputs. Before you proceed, be aware that if you have run many (>500) simulations,​ drawing the chart will take some time. 
  
-  - Create a [[time chart]] of the troubling outputs.+  - Create a [[charts_screen#​time chart]] of the troubling outputs.
   - Right-click and **Edit** the chart.   - Right-click and **Edit** the chart.
   - In the **Data** tab, for **Iterations**,​ select **All**.   - In the **Data** tab, for **Iterations**,​ select **All**.
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 ===Histogram=== ===Histogram===
  
-Finally, for parameters it is sometimes faster to quickly identify a problem using a [[histogram]]. The histogram will display the distribution for your parameter. ​+Finally, for parameters it is sometimes faster to quickly identify a problem using a [[tables_screen#​histogram]]. The histogram will display the distribution for your parameter. ​
  
 ====Simulation fails to run==== ====Simulation fails to run====
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