|The Model Panel allows you to see the
structure of your models and translate them into a wide range of
It gives access to the following
settings and features:
In the list box on the left, you can choose different ways of representing your models, including the
native Karva code, a
universal diagram representation
(Ada, C, C++, C#, Fortran, Java, Java Script, Matlab, Pascal, Perl, PHP, Python, Visual Basic, VB.Net, and VHDL) originally packaged with GeneXproTools 4.0, and any additional languages created by you through the use of
User Defined Grammars.
The list box on the right is only activated when Karva is selected,
and allows you to choose either Genes
or K-expressions. In
both cases, though, the elements in the heads
are shown in blue.
This option is only active when you are using data sets with labels, that is, when the columns with each variable are identified
by a name. By checking this box, the variables in your code, which are usually represented by the generic
d0, d1, ... are replaced by their respective names. And for the sake of clarity, this option is
disabled when either Karva or Expression Tree are selected as, in
both those cases, the generic representation is always used.
By checking this box the default HTML is replaced by simple unformatted text.
This option is only active when you are visualizing Expression
Trees. It allows you to either choose pre-set values to resize the
expression trees (200%, 150%, 100%, 85%, 75%, 50%, and 25%) or enter
any other value up to 500%.
Saves the selected code to an appropriate format: Karva code
is saved as .txt,
Ada code as .ada,
C code as .c, C++ code as .hpp,
C# code as .cs, Fortran code as
.f, Java code as .java, Java Script code as
.js, Matlab code as
.m, Pascal code as .pas,
Perl code as .pl, PHP
code as .php, Python
code as .py, Visual Basic code as .bas,
VB.Net code as .vb,
and VHDL code as .vhd.
Saves the Expression Trees