This page describes typescript commands that are used to display Analytica objects and attributes.
Displays all of the user-specified objects in a model, including all their user-specified attributes.
- AllShow m
Shows the attributes of module «m», and of all objects contained within «m».
- attribute ident
Typing the name of an attribute followed by the identifier of an object displays the value of the indicated attribute and object. Optionally, the keyword Of can occur between «attribute» and «ident», as in:
- attribute Of ident.
Prints the date and time and information about memory usage.
>Clock Thu, Jan 29, 2009 12:33 PM Memory Size Max Used In Use Free % Full 4.295G 15.72M 15.72M 4.279G 0.3661%
See also Function Today() for obtaining the current date and time.
Lists every identifier in the global namespace. This is a horribly long list you probably don't want to see, although it does provide a way to check to see what identifiers are already in use. Equivalent to List Any.
- List k
Displays the identifiers of all objects in the global namespace of a particular kind «k». The possible kinds can be obtained using:
- List Object
- List "pattern"
Displays all identifiers that match the regular expression «pattern». This can be combined with the object type:
- List k "pattern"
- Displays a list of all class types. These are the valid names that can appear as the «k» parameter.
- Displays all typescript commands.
- Shows all your decision variables
- Shows all your chance variables
- All user-defined index variables
- Shows all general variable types. This does not include Chance, Decision, index, etc.
- lists all your user-defined functions
- all attributes, both system-defined and user-defined.
- Displays a list of all keywords. These are reserved words that cannot be used for identifiers.
- Displays all system variables.
- Displays the identifiers of all graph style templates.
- Lists all identifiers that contain the word "carbon"
List SysVar "Null|Undef"
- Lists all system variables that contains the word "Null" or the word "Undef"
List Function "^Max"
- Lists all user-defined functions that start with the letters Max
Displays some basic information about the current edition and release of Analytica that you are using, date it was compiled, some copyright info, and Lumina contact info. Works in ADE also.
>News 8 Sep 2008 Optimizer edition 4.1.2 for creating and evaluating models. Copyright © 1996-2008 Lumina Decision Systems, Inc. This program was written with MacApp®: ©1985-1996 Apple Computer, Inc. Lumina Decision Systems 26010 Highland Way Los Gatos, CA 95033 Support: 650-212-1212, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- PrintTable v
Prints a summary of a result «v», for example showing just the indexes, to typescript.
- Profile o
Displays all attributes of an object «o», both user-defined and computed. Primarily of interest to system developers.
- Show o
Displays object «o»'s user-specified attributes. In Analytica Enterprise, it also displays the amount of CPU time that has been spent evaluating this object -- the same information viewed from the Performance Profiler.
This is the most commonly used commands within the typescript window for viewing object information.
A more terse display is given by What o, and a more verbose display is printed by Profile o. See also Show.
This command takes a single parameter, which is the class of an object (Variable, Chance, Decision, Index, function, Constant, Module, Library, etc). It returns a list of the attributes that should be shown for that object, e.g., [Class, Identifier, Title, units, description, definition, value, outputs, inputs, check]. After you check an attribute from the Attributes dialog (from the Object menu) in Analytica, or toggle this setting using the AskAttribute typescript command, the ShowAskAttribute command provides access to the state of those settings.
- Tree o
Displays the inputs of an object (variable, function, etc), the inputs of those inputs, etc. Each line is prefaced with N '+' characters to indicate N generations of ancestry from «o».
>Tree Health_damage + Health Damage (d/yr) Health_damage = IF Conc > Thresh THEN H_damage_factor*(Conc - Thresh) ELSE 0 ++ Health Damage Factor (d/yr/ug/m^3) H_damage_factor = Fractiles( [0, 0, 0, .25, .6, 1, 1.5, 2.2, 3, 5, 10]/3M) ++ Concentration (ug/m^3) Conc = Baseconc*(1-Reduction) +++ Emissions Reduction Reduction = [0, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 0.8, 0.9, 0.95] +++ Base Concentration (ug/m^3) Baseconc = Lognormal(10, 1.5) ++ Threshold (ug/m^3) Thresh = Uniform(0, 10)
- What o
Displays a very brief summary of object «o». If «o» is a variable, it prints its identifier, title, units and value. If its value is an array, it prints only the indexes of its value.
- Why v
Prints the identifier, title, units and value of variable «v», and of all those variables on which it depends (its inputs). Used for examining why the variable has the value it does.
>Why Health_damage Health_damage : Health Damage (d/yr) = Table(Reduction) Description: The increment in annual death rate per individual from exposure to TXC. This is zero if the concentration is less than the health damage factor,~ otherwise it's the Health Damage Factor time the amount that the Concentration is ~ above the Threshold. Health_damage = IF Conc>Thresh THEN H_damage_factor*(Conc - Thresh) ELSE 0 H_damage_factor : Health Damage Factor (d/yr/ug/m^3) = 333.3n Conc : Concentration (ug/m^3) = Table(Reduction) Thresh : Threshold (ug/m^3) = 5
Shows the inputs of all objects in a model. This listing can be very lengthy.