Working with the Model Viewer
The Model Viewer is an interactive tool for displaying the available model views and editing the look of the model views. (For information about displaying the Model Viewer, see Interacting with a model .) There are two different styles of Model Viewer:
Split into main/auxiliary
views. In this style the main view appears in the left part of the Model Viewer.
The main view displays some general visualization (for example, a
network graph) for the model. The main view itself may have more than
one model view. The drop-down list below the main view allows you
to choose from the available main views.
The auxiliary view appears in the right part of the Model Viewer. The auxiliary view typically displays a more detailed visualization (including tables) of the model compared to the general visualization in the main view. Like the main view, the auxiliary view may have more than one model view. The drop-down list below the auxiliary view allows you to choose from the available main views. The auxiliary can also display specific visualizations for elements that are selected in the main view. For example, depending on the type of model, you may be able to select a variable node in the main view to display a table for that variable in the auxiliary view.
- One view at a time, with thumbnails. In this style there is only one view visible, and other views are accessed via thumbnails on the left of the Model Viewer. Each view displays some visualization for the model.
The specific visualizations that are displayed depend on the procedure that created the model. For information about working with specific models, refer to the documentation for the procedure that created the model.
Model view tables
Tables displayed in the Model Viewer are not pivot tables. You cannot manipulate these tables as you can manipulate pivot tables.
Setting model properties
Within the Model Viewer, you can set specific properties for the model. See the topic Model properties for more information.
Copying model views
You can also copy individual model views within the Model Viewer. See the topic Copying model views for more information.