Your issue is intriguing and may result from one or more of
a number of factors. While trying to quickly replicate your problem
I was unsuccessful in utilizing SimState.kill() in a scheduled Steppable
(oddly I would get a NoSuchMethodError exception) to provide an
early termination, after which I had hoped to examine the state of my
I do note, however, that prior to establishing any XYSeries
data entries that the X-axis label in my chart is as your example
describes - without a specific label (it is using the default).
As yours exhibits this behavior after the simulation run, it may
indicate some loss of underlying integrity in your chart data
(this assumes you are not using the default x-axis labeling).
If you could provide further details on how you are stopping the
simulation (I use the provided control panel when in GUI mode,
and setStepLimit in batch mode) I might be able to determine if this
display behavior can result from a chart data integrity issue.
Mark E McBride wrote:
> Hi Sean,
> Enjoy getting the proposals out the door. Always a hectic time.
> It's the data in the series. The chart panel remains as does the per-
> series inspector at the left of the panel. The data seems to "squish"
> up against the left edge of the graph. I've attached a pdf of two
> series being displayed.
> On Nov 28, 2006, at 8:40 PM, Sean Luke wrote:
>> Mark: I may be slow on response, as NSF has grant proposals due on
>> the 6th. Quick question, though: which disappears:
>> - the chart panel
>> - the series in question (including its per-series inspector at
>> left on the panel)
>> - the data in the series
>> On Nov 28, 2006, at 6:41 PM, Mark E. McBride wrote:
>>> Hi Everyone,
>>> I have time-series charts setup using ChartGenerator based on the
>>> how-to example and the
>>> example from example posted to the list by Michael Little to the
>>> list in May 2006 (see https://
>>> l&D=0&T=0&X=6F0AB01F640008FB0E&Y=mcbridme%40muohio.edu&P=684 )
>>> The issue I'm running into is that the charts are generated
>>> dynamically during the run of the
>>> simulation. However, I have the simulation set to automatically
>>> stop based on parameter
>>> conditions using a method that executes simstate.kill() (the method
>>> is scheduled via a multistep.
>>> Once the simstate.kill() is called, the charted data disappears. Is
>>> there any way to stop this from
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