This section provides an overview of each menu, sub-menu and toolbar command available in the Source main screen. It also acts as a good reference point when you become familiar with Source.
Table 1. Menus
|Menu bar||Similar to the high-level standard Windows menu bar, this bar allows you to access various components of Source.|
|File menu||Provides high-level management of files, scenarios and projects, such as the ability to save, close and open files.|
|Edit menu||Provides access to various components, such as ownership, resource assessment and additional tools (for example, the Feature Table and Scenario Input Sets).|
|View menu||Controls visibility of various panels, such as the Project Explorer or Log Reporter.|
|Run menu||Provides the ability to run scenarios.|
|Tools menu||Provides access to various tools and plugins.|
|Help menu||Provides links to useful materials, such as documentation, training and the eWater website.|
Comprised of the following menus that allow you to manage results analysis:
Table 2. Source toolbars
|Toolbar||Description||Location in Source|
|Chart||Allows you to manage and work with charts.||Results Manager|
|Data Sources||Allows you to manage and work with time series data.||Data Sources Explorer|
|Date Ranges||Allows you to manage and work with date ranges.||Function Editor|
|Results Manager||Allows you to manage, analyse and view results||Results Manager|
|File||Provides high-level management of projects and scenarios.||Main screen|
|Function Editor||Allows you to work with functions.||Function Editor|
|Function manager||Provides high-level management of functions.||Function Manager|
|Geographic Editor||Allows you to work with catchments scenarios.||Geographic Editor|
|Scenario Input Sets||Allows management of input sets (used when importing data).||Scenario Input Sets|
|Layer Manager||Provides managements of layers used in the catchments scenarios.||Layer Manager|
|Maps||Allows management of a background map image with overlaid nodes of a schematic scenario.||Maps|
|Ordering||Provides access to the Ordering dialogs.||Main screen|
|Project||Provides shortcuts to various Source components.||Main screen|
|Project Explorer||Provides high-level management of scenarios and projects.||Project Explorer|
Quickly alter the view of your results.
|Recording Manager||Allows you to manage scenario run results.||Recording Manager|
|Scenario||Provides shortcuts to various Source components.||Main screen|
|Schematic Editor||Allows you to edit the display properties of the Schematic Editor and components shown within it.||Schematic Editor|
|Simulation||Allows you to undertake a scenario run.||Main screen|
|Statistics||Allows you to edit the statistical view of results.||Charting tool|
|Text management||A generic toolbar used for management of text input.||Forms part of the Functions and Scenario Input Sets toolbars|
|Transforms||Allows management of transforms.||Results Manager|
MenusThe menu bar for Source is shown in Figure 1 and is like the standard Windows™ menu bar. This section outlines the function of each menu item.
Figure 1. Menu bar
Figure 2. File menu
File » New » Project…
Creates a new, empty project. Opens the Create a project dialog where you can name your project, provide a brief description of its purpose and choose the type of scenario you wish to create. See Projects and scenarios - Projects.
File » New » Scenario…
Adds a new, empty scenario to the current project. Opens the Create a Scenario dialog that offers a choice of the Geographic wizard or creating a Schematic scenario. Select the type that is appropriate to your needs. Name your scenario and provide a brief description of its purpose and click OK. This command is a synonym for New Scenario (by menu) on the . See Projects and scenarios - Scenarios.
In the absence of an open project, implies creating a new project.
File » Open…
Opens an existing project using the standard open file dialog. Synonym for Open Project on the Source projects use the ".rsproj" extension..
File » Close Project
Closes the current project. Prompts to save your work. Click Yes to save your work, No to discard any changes, or Cancel to return to Source.
File » Save
Saves the current project, overwriting the existing file. Synonym for Save Project on the. Implies if the project has never been saved.
File » Save As…
Opens a standard save dialog which allows you to:
- Enter a name for your project; and
- Determine where the file will be saved.
Source projects use the ".rsproj" extension.
File » Print…
This command is currently disabled. However, the Print buttons on themay be used to print scenarios.
This command is currently disabled. However, the Print buttons on the may be used to print scenarios. Clicking that button also provides a preview.
Opens the Import Scenario dialog where you can import scenarios from different projects. See Import and export of data - Importing scenarios.
File » [recent documents]
This area contains a list of recently saved projects. You can re-open any project by choosing its name from the list in this area.
File » Exit…
Quits Source. You are asked to confirm your intention and reminded to save any unsaved work.
Figure 3. Edit menu
Opens the Constituents Configuration dialog where you can define constituents. See Constituents - Configuring constituents.
Opens the Edit Scenario Configuration – Name Functional Units dialog where you can inspect the list of existing functional units. You can also use this dialog to add new functional units or delete functional units that are no longer required. This dialog is equivalent to step 4 of the Geographic Wizard and is only available when a catchments scenario is active.
Edit » Functional Units » Assign Area Via Raster…
Opens the Set Functional Unit Area Via Raster dialog where you can associate sub-catchments with functional units using a raster. This dialog is only available when a catchments scenario is active. See Functional units - Using a raster.
Edit » Functional Units » Assign Area Manually…
Opens the Functional Unit Area Configuration dialog where you can manually associate sub-catchments with functional units. This dialog is only available when a catchments scenario is active. See Functional units - Manual assignment.
Opens the Edit Scenario Configuration – Catchment Model Assignment (optional) dialog where you can assign constituent models at the whole catchment level. This dialog is only available when a catchments scenario is active, and also requires a plugin.
Opens the Restriction Curves Explorer dialog where you can edit restriction curves. See Restriction Curves.
Opens the Scenario Options dialog where you can set preferences that affect the selected scenario. The following options are available:
- Assurance Rules – configure the notification levels of assurance rules, which provide optional checks of models, see Assurance Rules;
- Custom Running Configurations – create one or more user-defined configurations for each run analysis type (eg. single analysis, flow calibration analysis);
- Default Node Rotation – configure the default rotations of nodes. Any nodes subsequently added to the schematic editor will have the new default direction;
- Execution Order Rules – ***
- Mass Balance - Set the tolerance limit for the Mass Balance assurance rule.
- Ordering Algorithm – select between using rules based ordering or network linear programming, and configure network linear programming;
- Performance – enable/disable parallel processing of catchments and/or water user orders;
- Projection – convert projected layers from the geographic view to latitude and longitudinal coordinates for the map view;
- Rules Based Ordering – disable/enable calculation of ordering, constraints or off-allocation for network components;
- Ordering Priorities – Specify how shortfalls are prioritised between different demands in the scenario;
- Storages – choose the storage processing method used in the scenario, see Storage node - Storage processing method;
- Tabular Formatting Settings – configure display of cell values in the Tabular Editor; and
- Wetlands – configure convergence criteria for the wetland algorithm.
See Scenario Options.
Opens the Project Options dialog where you can set preferences that affect the open project. The following options are available:
- Audit Log Settings – disable/enable or clear the audit log;
- Results Manager Options – configure the default water year start date; and
- Unit Preferences – configure display units used in Source.
See Project Options.
Edit » Ownership…
Opens the Ownership Setup dialog where you can manage ownership in a scenario. See Ownership.
Edit » Resource Assessment…
Opens the Resource Assessment Explorer dialog where you can configure Annual Accounting, Continuous Accounting and Continuous Sharing. This dialog is only available when a schematic scenario is active. See Resource assessment.
Edit » Ordering » Network Costs…
Opens the Configure Ordering Network Costs dialog, where you configure network costs for use with network linear programming ordering. Synonym for Network Costs… in the Ordering toolbar. See Network linear programming - Configuring optimisation.
Edit » Crop Parameters…
Opens the Crop Parameters dialog where you can configure crops for use at the water user node. See Configuring generic crop settings.
Opens the Function Editor dialog where you can edit functions. See Functions - Function Editor.
Opens the Link Cross Sections dialog where you can assign a physical cross-section for generating link rating curves. See Cross Section Editor
Opens the Constituent Model Configuration dialog where you can assign and manage the constituent generation, filter, instream processing and storage processing models for all constituents in the scenario. See Constituents - Constituent model configuration.
Opens the Rainfall Runoff Model Configuration dialog where you can assign and work with rainfall runoff models. This dialog is only available when a catchments scenario is active. See Rainfall runoff models.
Opens the Demand Constraints dialog where you can view all configured demand constraints. See Water user node - Demand constraints.
Opens the Feature Table dialog where you view parameters for each of the configured nodes in the scenario. See Feature Table.
Opens the Scenario Input Sets dialog where you can create and manage scenario input sets. See Scenario Input Sets.
Figure 4. View menu
Many of the commands in this menu control whether a window is visible on your screen. The commands act as toggles:
- If a window is visible when the command is chosen, the window will be hidden.
- If a window is hidden when the command is chosen, it will become visible.
The commands remember the location of a window while it is hidden:
- If a window is docked before being hidden, it will remain docked in the same location when it is again made visible. Other docked windows within the main window will expand or shrink accordingly.
- If a window is undocked before being hidden, it will remain undocked in the same location when it is again made visible.
View » Project Explorer
Toggles whether the Project Explorer is visible on screen. Synonym for Project Explorer on the . See User Interface - Project Explorer.
View » Recording Manager
Toggles whether the Recording Manager is visible on screen. Synonym for Recording Manager on the . See Recording Manager.
View » Log Reporter
Toggles whether the Log Reporter is visible on screen. Synonym for Log Reporter on the . See Running Scenarios - Using the Log Reporter.
View » Data Sources
Toggles whether the Data Sources Explorer is visible on screen. Synonym for Data Sources on the Specifying data inputs - Data Sources Explorer.. See
Toggles whether the Function Manager is visible on screen. Synonym for Function Manager on the Functions - Function Manager.. See
Toggles whether the Geographic View is visible on screen. Synonym for Geographic Editor on the . See Geographic Editor.
View » Layer Manager
Toggles whether the Layer Manager is visible on screen. Synonym for Layer Manager on the . See User Interface - Layer Manager.
Toggles whether the Location Control is visible on screen. Synonym for Location Control on the . See Maps - Location Control.
Toggles whether the scenario map is visible on screen. Synonym for Map on the Maps.. See
View » Node Palette
Toggles whether the Node Palette is visible on screen. Synonym for Node Palette on the . See Nodes and Links.
View » Schematic Editor
Toggles whether the Schematic Editor tab is visible on screen. Synonym for Schematic Editor on the . See Schematic Editor.
View » Tabular Editor
Toggles whether the Tabular Editor tab is visible on screen. Synonym for Tabular Editor on the Tabular Editor.. See
View » Reset All Windows
Restores the default arrangement of Source windows. Requires an active scenario. Affects the Node Palette, and the Geographic, Schematic and Tabular editors. If an affected window is undocked, it will be re-docked. If an affected window was auto-hidden, that feature will be turned off. Any affected window that has been moved will be restored to its default location.
Opens the Audit Logs Viewer dialog. Right-click on a cell to copy either the selected entries or all entries to the clipboard.
View » Notes…
Opens the Notes dialog showing all 'post-it' type notes that have been added to items (eg. nodes, links, function) in the current scenario. See User Interface - About Notes.
Opens the Results Manager window where you can examine and analyse results. See Results Manager.
Opens the Execution Order window showing the order of node execution in the current scenario. See Running Scenarios - Execution order rules.
Figure 5. Run menu
Run » Configure…
Opens a configuration window where you can set parameters to control the run (eg. date range, scenario input sets). The configuration window shown depends on the analysis type selected in the Simulation toolbar. Synonym for Configure on the . See Configuring Scenarios and Forecasting and Operations.
Run » Run…
Figure 6. Tools menu
Tools » Analysis Windows » Map…
Displays a map of flows and constituent loads per sub-catchment See Catchment Map Results Analysis.
Tools » Analysis Windows » Data Unit Converter
Converts data from one unit type to another. See Analysis tools - Data unit converter
Launches the calibration wizard for catchments. Synonym for clicking Configure on the nalysis type is set to Flow calibration analysis. See Calibration Wizard for catchments.(or choosing ) when a
Opens the recordable element selection step of the calibration wizard for catchments. This panel should be treated as read-only. See Calibration Wizard for catchments - Select elements to record.
Opens the period definition step of the calibration wizard for catchments. This panel should be treated as read-only. See Calibration Wizard for catchments - Define calibration period.
Opens the metaparameter definition step of the calibration wizard for catchments. This panel should be treated as read-only. See Calibration Wizard for catchments - Defining metaparameters.
Opens the optimisation function configuration step of the calibration wizard for catchments. This panel should be treated as read-only. See Calibration Wizard for catchments - Configure optimisation functions.
Tools » Calibration » Result
Opens the optimisation results window. This window is populated by a run of the calibration wizard for catchments. See Calibration wizard for catchments - Inspecting calibration results.
Opens the Test runner window where you can run a regression test. See Regression testing - Running regression tests.
Tools » Regression Tests » Test Builder
Opens the Test Builder window where you can create a regression test. See Regression testing - Building regression tests.
Tools » Data Calculator Tool
Opens the Data Calculator window, where you can perform mathematical, statistical and reflected operations on raster or time series data. See Analysis tools - Data calculator.
Opens the Data Modification Tool window, where you can edit raster or time series data depending on conditional statements that you can define. See Analysis tools - Data modification tool.
Opens the Find dialog where you can search for nodes and links in the current open scenario. Synonym for Ctrl+F. See Nodes - Searching for nodes and links.
Opens the Chart window.
Allows access to some of the plugins added using the Plugin Manager. See Plugins.
Tools » Plugin Manager
Opens the Plugin Manager dialog that allows you to add and remove plugins in Source. To add or edit plugins you need to close any open Source project. See Plugins - Working with the Plugin Manager.
Tools » Application Settings…
Opens the Application Settings dialog. See Application settings.
Tools » River Operations…
Opens the River Operations dialog where you can manage forecasting for a scenario. See Forecasting and Operations.
Opens the Function Execution Order dialog showing the order in which functions are evaluated for each time of evaluation. See Functions - Debugging.
Turns on the Recording Manager.
Opens the Source Project Diff Tool window where you can find the differences between two scenarios. See Scenario Difference Tool.
Allows you to save scenario configuration details to a *.csv file.
Opens the Climate Data Import Tool window where you can import climate data for a catchments scenario. See Climate data import tool.
Figure 7. Help menu
Launches your browser with a URL to the eWater Support page.
Launches your browser with a URL to the eWater Training page.
Help » Source Documentation
Launches your browser with a URL to the home page of this documentation.
Launches your browser with a URL to the eWater Toolkit.
Launches your browser with a URL to the page Australian Modelling Practice
Launches your browser with a URL to the eWater support site (Uservoice).
Help » Splash Screen
Opens the Source splash screen (synonymous to opening Source for the first time).
Launches your browser with a URL to the eWater website.
Opens the Toolkit login dialog where you enter your login credentials.
Opens a window containing product and license information.
Result Manager Menus
The menu bar for Results Manager is shown in
Figure 8. Results Manager menu bar.
Figure 9. Results Manager File menu
Loads all result files (*.res.csv) in the specified folder into Results Manager. Files in sub-folders are not loaded, nor are other time series. Synonym for Load a folder of Results Files (*.res.csv) on the Results Manager toolbar, and Ctrl+R. See Results Manager - Loading Results.
Loads any time series file type compatible with Source into Results Manager (refer to complete list of Data file formats). Multiple files can be selected and imported at once. Synonym for Load a times series on the Results Manager toolbar, and Ctrl+O. See Results Manager - Loading Results.
Saves the current configuration of Results Manager to a configuration file (*.dora). Synonym for Save configuration on the Results Manager toolbar, and Ctrl+S. See Results Manager - Configurations.
Loads a previously saved configuration file (*.dora) into Results Manager. Synonym for Load configuration on the Results Manager toolbar, and Ctrl+L. See Results Manager - Configurations.
File » Exit
Exits the Results Manager.
Figure 10. Results Manager Options menu
Opens the Transforms window, where you can create, edit and delete data transforms. Synonym for Set up your data transforms and Ctrl+Shift+T. See Transforms.
Figure 11. Results Manager Help menu
Launches your browser with a URL to the eWater support site (Uservoice).
Launches your browser with a URL to the Results Manager section of this documentation.
Opens the Hot Key Window, which lists keyboard shortcuts and what they do in Results Manager. See Results Manager - Hot keys
Opens a dialog containing product and license information
Toolbars in the main window offer shortcuts to their equivalent menu commands.
When selected, allows you to drag a result from one chart onto another chart.
When selected, you can click and drag in the chart area to pan around the chart. This is particularly useful when examining a particular area of a chart using the zoom function.
When selected, you can click and drag on the chart area to zoom in on that area. This is used in conjunction with Zoom Control.
A pop-up menu affecting the zooming behaviour of Lasso Zoom.
Recomputes the Y-axis of the graph for different logarithmic scales.
A pop-up menu affecting the behaviour of grid lines.
Toggles display for the x and y coordinates of data points (also called tracing points).
A pop-up menu allowing you to change the display of the Y-axis to different, commensurate units.
A pop-up menu that allows you to change the chart type. See Graph Types.
Toggles display of the legend.
Toggle preview chart
Toggles display of the preview area.
Filter for overlapping data in multiple series
For custom charts, toggles display of overlapping data between two or more time series.
Edit graph properties
Opens the Chart Settings dialog where various chart properties can be configured (eg. line colour, font size). See Charts - Chart settings.
A pop-up menu where you can save the chart as an image (*.png file), as a data file (*.res.csv format), or as a full vector graphic (*.xps format).
Copy to clipboard
Exports the chart to the clipboard, in a vector format compatible with Microsoft Word.
Opens the print dialog so that you can print the chart.
New Data Source
Creates a new data source, using either the output of a scenario (Scenario Data Source…) or a time-series file (File Data Source…).
Creates a new folder
Expands the file hierarchy
Collapses the file hierarchy
Reload all time series
Reloads all time series when Reload on Run is selected
Sets if a failed "Reload on run" will stop the current run
Works in conjunction with Reload on run to determine if source data will cause scenario run failure.
New date range
Creates a new date range of type as selected.
Filters out all default date ranges
Toggles view of all default date ranges.
Creates a new, empty scenario. Synonym for both Projects and scenarios - Scenarios.and New Scenario on the .
Opens an existing project. Synonym for
Saves the current project, overwriting the existing file. Synonym forImplies if the project has never been saved.
This comprises of the text management toolbar, suffixed by additional icons.
Allows you to add a new note, or edit an existing one for the function. See User Interface - About notes.
Insert built-in function (Ctrl+Space)
A pop-up menu allowing you to insert a built-in function. Synonym for Ctrl+Space. See Available functions, operators, variables and date ranges - Functions.
Functions - Function Manager)Figure 17. Function manager toolbar (
Creates a new function or variable of the type selected.
Creates a new folder in the function tree.
Expands all items in the function tree.
Collapses all items in the function tree.
Opens the Function Editor.
Filters items shown in tree
Opens the drop-down Filter menu, which toggles the display in the function tree of function and variables by their type and/or their use. Note that selections are also affected by text entered into the Function Manager search bar.
Delete all unused
Deletes all unused functions and variables in the function tree that also match the current filter options and text entered into the search bar. Unused items that meet the selection criteria, folders that contain only unused items, and empty folders will also be deleted. Built-in variables and custom functions will not be deleted. This button is only enabled when Unused functions and variables is selected from the Filter menu.
Show function evaluation tree
Opens the Function Editor and displays the function evaluation tree for the selected function. This button is only enabled when a function is selected in the function tree. See Functions - Usages and References.
Show all function and variable usages
Displays the usages of all function and variables in the function tree. See Usages and References.
Opens the Print preview dialog allowing you to save the section of the schematic that is currently visible in the Geographic editor as a pdf.
Save as image
Saves the section of the schematic that is currently visible in the Geographic Editor as a *.jpg.
When enabled, the Geographic Editor window will scroll to bring into view any node or link that you select in the Project Hierarchy. You can use this feature to locate components in large models.
Toggles the view of any notes and/or errors that are present in the Geographic Editor. See User Interface - About notes.
Toggles the view of node names in the Geographic Editor.
Toggles the view of link names in the Geographic Editor.
Displays the current zoom.
Zooms in on the model in the Geographic Editor.
Zooms out on the model in the Geographic Editor.
Fit to window
Fits the entire model horizontally and vertically in the geographic view.
This comprises of the text management toolbar suffixed with additional icons.
Insert scenario base nodes
Provides a list of available base path elements (scenario-dependent).
Provides a list of available units (not scenario-dependent).
Apply values to scenario immediately
Override any other values specified for the same parameter elsewhere in Source for all scenario runs with the values specified in the manual parameter set editor. If disabled, the values take precedence for a single scenario run only.
Add a new layer to the geographic view.
Move layer up
Moves the layer selected in the Layer Manager higher up in the layer appearance order.
Move layer down
Moves the layer selected in the Layer Manager lower down in the layer appearance order.
Removes the layer currently selected in the Layer Manager from the geographic view.
Maps)Figure 21. Maps toolbar (
Hides the map.
Shows a background map image with nodes overlaid.
Shows a background satellite image with nodes overlaid.
Shows a combined map and satellite image with nodes overlaid.
Fit to window
Zooms the map to fit the entire model horizontally and vertically in the map view.
Figure 22. Ordering toolbar
A pop-up menu with two options:
- Network Costs… opens the Cost Functions modal dialog. Synonym for EditNetwork linear programming - Configuring optimisation.
Toggles whether the Project Explorer is visible on screen. Synonym for User Interface - Project Explorer.. See
Toggles whether the Recording Manager is visible on screen. Synonym for Recording Manager.. See
Toggles whether the Log Reporter is visible on screen. Synonym for Running Scenarios - Using the Log Reporter.. See
Attaches a new, empty scenario to the current project. Synonym for both File toolbar. The available scenario options are:and New Scenario on the
- Schematic Scenario - a blank schematic scenario with no predefined elements; and
- Geographic Wizard - creates a scenario based on choices made through a wizard containing predefined elements.
Makes a copy of (clones) the scenario that is selected in the Project Hierarchy. You are prompted to select a new name for the copied scenario. The new scenario will be a duplicate of the original at the time of the copy. All scenario names must be unique. See Projects and scenarios - Copying a scenario.
Removes the scenario that is selected in the Project Hierarchy. You are prompted to confirm the deletion. Deletions cannot be undone.
Allows you to change the state of all recordable parameters for the group or individual model element that is selected in the Project Hierarchy. The choices are:
- Record All - records all of the parameters at this level of the hierarchy and below when the model is run. The recorded results will be visible in the Results Manager; and
- Record None - records none of the parameters at this level of the hierarchy and below when the model is run.
Sorts the components of each scenario according to the type of component (eg. all links sort together, all nodes sort together, etc) and, within each component grouping, according to component subtype (eg. all Inflow nodes sort together).
Sorts the components of each scenario into alphabetical order according to the names of the components in your scenario.
This pop-up menu offers three choices:
- Parameter View which changes the Project Hierarchy so that it is classified according to the kind of recordable parameter;
- Geographic Defaults or Schematics Defaults, which changes the Project Hierarchy so that it is classified according to the kind of recordable component.
Allows you to apply either a date range filter or a repeating range filter to all results in the current chart, and you can also apply an aggregator.
Save Run Results
Exports time-series data from the currently-selected run to either a * .csv or tab-separated-value file.
Open Run Results in Excel
Exports the collected results data to Excel as a single time-aligned spreadsheet. The left-most column of the spreadsheet contains a time-stamp. Each of the remaining columns contains observations from one of your recordable parameters, in the same order as the results appear in the Recording Manager.
Open Run Results
Delete Run Results
Clears the currently selected run. You are not prompted to confirm the action and it can not be undone.
Sort Run Results
This button lists the run results based on the network run order – leaf nodes to outlet node. Note that this is the default order of run results. It can be used to reset the results after other sorting methods (such as column headings) have been used.
Toggles the state of the Geographic Editor tab. Synonym for View » Geographic Editor. See Geographic Editor.
Toggles the state of the Layer Manager window. Synonym for View User Interface - Layer Manager.Layer Manager. See
Toggles the state of the Map tab. Synonym for View Maps.Map. See
Toggles the state of the Node Palette. Synonym for View Nodes and Links.Node Palette. See
Toggles the state of the Schematic Editor tab. Synonym for View Schematic Editor.Schematic Editor. See
Toggles the state of the Tabular Editor tab. Synonym for View Tabular Editor.Tabular Editor. See
Toggles the state of the Location Control dockable window. Synonym for View Maps - Location Control.Location Control. See
Toggles the state of the Data Sources dockable window. Synonym for View Specifying data inputs - Data Sources Explorer.Data Sources. See
Toggles the state of the Function manager dockable window. Synonym for View Functions - Function Manager.Function manager. See
Enable connecting link to a different node
Toggling on allows you to disconnect the end of a link from the node to which it is attached, and then re-connect that link to another node. You can use this feature to insert new nodes into a schematic without losing the configuration of existing links.
Toggles the representation of links to straight lines from the default of orthogonal (elbow) line.
Toggles the view of any notes and/or errors that are present in the Schematic Editor.
Toggles view whether the names of nodes are shown in the Schematic Editor. Source defaults to displaying node names.
This button controls whether the names of links are shown in the Schematic Editor. Source defaults to displaying link names.
Track (Schematic Editor toolbar)
When enabled, the Schematic Editor window will scroll to bring into view any node or link that you select in the Project Hierarchy. You can use this feature to locate components in large models.
Toggles the display of the Overview Panel in the Schematic Editor. The default state of this control is off. You can use the Overview Panel to obtain a thumbnail view of your entire schematic.
When enabled, clicking and holding on any part of the drawing surface in the Schematic Editor moves the entire drawing surface. This is an alternative to using the scrollbars.
A pop-up menu containing three options:
- Tool tips on - when selected, clicking on any component in the Schematic Editor causes a small floating window to appear which contains additional information about that component.
- Tool tips off - when selected, the floating windows do not appear.
- Tool tips locked - when selected, clicking any component in the Schematic Editor causes the small floating window to appear next to every node.
Show/hide water user and bulk licensing links
Toggles view of links that enter and exit the water user and bulk licensing nodes.
Controls whether the Schematic Editor displays a grid on the drawing canvas.
Snap to Grid
Controls whether nodes are aligned with the underlying grid in the Schematic Editor.
Set Grid Size
The value in this field determines the frequency of grid lines in the Schematic Editor. The units are in pixels.
Opens the Print preview dialog allowing you to save the schematic in the Schematic Editor as a pdf. The entire schematic is scaled to fit on a single A4 page in portrait mode.
Save as Image
Saves the entire schematic in the Schematic Editor as a *.jpg.
Displays the zoom.
Zoom into the model in the Schematic Editor. Synonym for Ctrl +.
This button allows you to zoom out of the model in the Schematic Editor. Synonym for Ctrl -.
Fit to width
Fits the entire model horizontally in the Schematic Editor window.
Fit to window
Fits the entire model both horizontally and vertically in the Schematic Editor window.
Select Analysis Type
Opens a configuration window where you can set parameters to control the run (eg. date range, scenario input sets). The configuration window shown depends on the analysis type selected in the Simulation toolbar. Synonym for Run » Configure…. See Configuring Scenarios and Forecasting and Operations.
Note: This toolbar is found on the Statistics tab of some results accessed through the Recording Manager. Equivalent options are accessed from the Period Type drop-down on the Statistics tab of Results Manager, see Chart Statistics.
Shows the statistics for each month of the year in the period run.
Shows the statistics for each year in the period run.
Month by Year
Shows the individual statistics for every month of every year in the period run.
Provides statistical data for the entire period run.
Shows statistics for all data in the chart.
Shows statistics for a specified range in the chart.
Figure 31. Text management toolbar
Opens an existing text file from your specified location on the computer.
Saves the text to your computer as a text file.
Cuts the selected text and places it in your computer's clipboard
Copies the selected text to your computer's clipboard.
Pastes the selected text. Enabled after either a Cut or Copy.
Deletes the selected text.
Undoes the previous action.
Enabled after the Undo action. Re-does the Undo action.
Wraps the text in the main panel to make it entirely visible on a single screen.
Show line numbers
Displays the line number in front of the line.
Show end of line
Displays an end of line character.
Toolbars in the Results Manager
Figure 32. Results Manager toolbar
Load a folder of Result Files (*.res.csv)
Loads all result files (*.res.csv) in the specified folder into Results Manager. Files in sub-folders are not loaded, nor are other time series. Synonym for File » Load Results Files and Ctrl+R. See Results Manager - Loading Results.
Load a time series
Loads any time series file type compatible with Source into Results Manager (refer to complete list of Data file formats). Multiple files can be selected and imported at once. Synonym for File » Load times series and Ctrl+O. See Results Manager - Loading Results.
Saves the current configuration of Results Manager to a configuration file (*.dora). Synonym for File » Save Configuration and Ctrl+S. See Results Manager - Configurations.
Loads a previously saved configuration file (*.dora) into Results Manager. Synonym for File » Load Configuration and Ctrl+L. See Results Manager - Configurations.
Go to a result in the tree
Opens a text box where you can search the results in the currently active scenario using the wild card * to represent any character. See Results Manager - Searching for results.
Set up your data transforms
Opens the Transforms window, where you can create, edit and delete data transforms. Synonym for Options » Transforms and Ctrl+Shift+T. See Transforms.
Add Transform type
Creates a new transform (or range filter) of type:
- Percentile range;
- Number range;
- Repeating range;
- Date range; or
Deletes the selected transform