Project Summary

Clicking on the project will lead you to the Project Summary page. This page list data for all the published runs for the project.

Filtering Runs

There are many options for you to filter runs on the Projects Summary page. All of the options are located in the right navigation menu

  • Display Individual Runs: This will activate a checkbox option in the left navigation. The table will only show the runs you checked.
  • Search Runs: This will search either the RUN or Description column. In the search box, enter a global pattern you would like to filter. Ex: RUN01* will show all runs RUN010-RUN019 or RUN*8 will show RUN008, RUN018, RUN028, etc. or *car1 will show RUN001.car1, RUN002.car1, etc
  • Compare Baseline: Toggling on will filter all runs with the same ride height as the baseline run.
  • Show Steady: Checking will only show RANS simulations
  • Show Transient: Checking will only show DES simulations


You will be able to do delta's to the baseline run by selecting a run in the baseline column. The baseline column is to the left of the RUN column. By selecting a baseline run, this will show the force delta's for every run to the selected baseline run. You can also show percent differences by toggling on Percent Diff in the right navigation.

Plotting Data

Scatter plots, line plots, and bar charts can be generated for any data in the table. Highlight the first column, this will be your x-axis. Next, holding CTRL highlight the next column. This will be your y-axis. You also have to highlight the column header. In the right navigation under Data, select the type of plot.

Downloading Force Summary

In the right navigation under Data, click on Download Excel. This will download all data for all runs into an Excel book.

Editing Columns/Creating Custom Variables

A default table will be shown in the Project Summary page. The table will include run conditions and forces. A custom table can be created to include only the data you want shown. Custom variables can also be created and shown in the table. Custom tables and custom variables are per-user. Only admin users can push their custom variables and tables to all users.

  • To access this feature, either select Edit Table in the Project Summary navigation menu or Table Settings in the left navigation menu.

Creating Custom Table

  • Enter Table name.
  • Click Create.
  • Select the table you just created.
  • Click the pick cols tab, check each variable you would like to show.
  • Click Save.
  • For each additional you create, click on New and repeat process.

Custom tables can also be exported to other programs and projects

  • Click on assign table.
  • Select table you want to export.
  • Check program and project.

Creating Custom Column

Empty columns can be created and included in the custom table. These columns will be user input data.

  • In the top navigation menu, select editable.
  • Select Create Editable Column.
  • Enter column name.
  • In the top navigation menu, select pick.
  • Select the table you want to include the custom column.
  • Find variable and check.
  • Click Save.

Formats and Units

Decimal places for each set of data can be customized.

  • In the top navigation menu, select formats/units.
  • Unit system for each data point can be changed between English and Metric.
  • Variable names can be changed by inputting the desired name in the Label column.
  • The default setting for decimal places is %.3f which is 3 decimal places.
  • Below are examples of different print options [1].

What would each format print if the value is 1.4326?

Creating Custom Variables

  • In the top navigation menu, select Calculation.
  • Input variable name in OutputName.
  • Select units in output units.
  • Enter formula in calculation box.
  • Click Create.
  • In the top navigation menu, select pick.
  • Select the table you want to include the custom column.
  • Find variable and check.
  • Click Save.