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Phase Plots for 2 Time Series

Jason -

I have two functions (say F and G) which are both functions of time. I would like to create a phase plot of these two variables in which F is plotted versus G, with the various points on the plot representing different points in time.

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Currently, there is no way to directly create this plot in GoldSim. GoldSim Developers have been considering adding this in a future version. If you think this is an important feature, and would like to see it sooner than later, let know.

Currently, you can do one of two things as a workaround:

  • Lookup values for each realization in a Monte Carlo simulation (time series only)
  • Export data to a spreadsheet and plot the data there

 

For the GoldSim workaround:

Record the time history of G and F into Time Series elements, pass the Time Series definitions into a submodel that runs statically (no duration) for a number of realizations equal to the number of time points in G and F. Assuming the time increment in the time series "F" is a constant 1 day, write the following expressions inside the submodel:

F(ETime + (Realization-1) * 1 d)

Write the following expression for time series "G":

G(ETime + (Realization-1) * 1 d)

These expressions will return the value at the elapsed time from the beginning of the time series and then subsequent values upon subsequent Monte Carlo realizations. Use a Multi-Variate plot element to view a "phase plot" for F and G. If you don't want to run your entire model in Monte Carlo mode, put these time series and expressions into a submodel.

 

For the Spreadsheet workaround:

Cut and paste the results to Excel and create the plot there:

  1. Plot F in GoldSim
  2. Add a second output (G) to the result plot
  3. Display the results as a table
  4. Press Ctrl-A to select the entire table
  5. Press Ctril-C to cut the table to the clipboard
  6. Open Excel and press Ctrl-V to paste the table into Excel
  7. Create the plot in Excel.

Tags:

  • plotting
  • phases
  • scatter
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