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Just dowloaded the 5.7 and tried to export a model in XML
Did not work here is the report
Will Simile run on such a system? If not can you kake it run on such a system. My models are getting realy big and data hogs.
I've downloaded several times this version, but I keep getting this error:
gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file
tar: Unexpected EOF in archive
tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now
Simile verion 5.7 was released on 17th August 2010. We have made Simile more beautiful in a number of ways, but there are serious improvements to functionality too...
in_preceding function -- new in Simile v5.7
Usage: in_preceding(expression of any type) returns that type
Definition: Used in a multi-instance submodel, returns the value of the argument expression as it would be in the preceding instance of that submodel, or 0 or "false" in the first instance. The argument can include the function prev(0) to refer to the value in the previous submodel instance of the component in whose equation the in_preceding() function appears.
For customers in Korea out exclusive redistributor is Decision Science with a "Koreanised" version of Simile with translated menus, dialogue boxes, messages and help.
I've a student attempting an analysis of spatial interactions between trees, using a total of 20636 observations. This causes some problems. You can see for yourself by creating a csv file with 20636 random numbers, and attempting to read them into a variable with the table feature. Is there a limit on the size of tables - or a work around this challenge? Simile 5.6 on WinXP.
[introduction cut] I find it is very difficult to click on the outline of the submodel accurately enough to be able to resize the window. I have tried snapping to grid which helps a little, but it is still a bit intermittent. It would be nice if this were made slightly easier in future releases (or is there an option box somewhere to type in the height and width of the box?)
Submitted by Jonathanm for wookie from http://www.simulistics.com/forum/graph-functions .
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