if I run a simulation over a process, and the simulation runs the process e.g. 100 times. In the results I can only see the sum of the time of the single functions or the whole process. Is there a possibility to see the single results of the single process runs?

For the end result this is enough, but for validation purpose I'm interested in the single results, not only the sum.

Thank you


by Kai-Hendrik Pots
Posted on Tue, 12/11/2012 - 18:57

Hello Jennifer,

you can see all results of every process instance, when you activate the detailed statistics.

This is showed in the "AEP PDA Exerceise Guide 3 Simulator"  exercise 21. To get a good overview, you can use the xml export.



by Jennifer Siebigteroth Author
Posted on Thu, 12/13/2012 - 11:08

Yes, I saw the overview, the xml export and also the result of the single functions/events. But as far as I can see only the sum of the times. What I'm interested in is the result of the single function of the single simulation runs

e.g. I configured normally distribution with a arimethic average of 00:01:45 and a standard deviation of 00:00:15, and this function is executed 20 times in my simulation, I want to know which particular time the function took in the single runs

e.g. what I want to see is something like this

  1. 00:01:40
  2. 00:01:55
  3. 00:01:25
  4. 00:01:05
  5. 00:01:50
  6. 00:01:45
  7. 00:01:46
  8. ....etc.

But I see only a value like

Sum Process Time: 00:35:54


I want to see which single values ARIS used to build the sum. Is that possible? Because I can find this nowhere, only the sum.

by Moritz Winzig
Posted on Mon, 12/17/2012 - 09:55


Hey Jennifer,

I am sorry I cannot provide you a solution. I just wanted to let you know that Kai-Hendrik is absent due to illness until the end of the year. Hence you should not expect an answer from him until the beginning of next year.

Maybe anybody else has an idea?



by Ralf Angeli
Posted on Wed, 12/19/2012 - 09:17

As Kai-Hendrik already noted, one has to activate the detailed function statistics. This can be done by opening the settings dialog with the menu entry "View / Options". The statistics settings can then be found under "Simulation / Statistics". The check box in front of "Functions (det.)/Activities (det.)" should be checked.

by Jennifer Siebigteroth Author
Posted on Wed, 12/19/2012 - 10:52

thanks, that solved my problem.

Thank you very much for your help.



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