How to Use SIM_Dashboard_Pro to Monitor and Optimize Your Simulations


How to Use SIM_Dashboard_Pro to Monitor and Optimize Your Simulations

SIM_Dashboard_Pro is a powerful tool that allows you to track and analyze the performance of your simulations in real time. Whether you are running simulations for engineering, gaming, education, or research, SIM_Dashboard_Pro can help you improve your results and save time and resources.

In this article, we will show you how to use SIM_Dashboard_Pro to monitor and optimize your simulations. We will cover the following topics:

  • How to install and launch SIM_Dashboard_Pro
  • How to connect SIM_Dashboard_Pro to your simulation software
  • How to customize your dashboard with widgets and charts
  • How to use SIM_Dashboard_Pro’s features to analyze and improve your simulations

How to Install and Launch SIM_Dashboard_Pro

To use SIM_Dashboard_Pro, you need to download and install it on your computer. You can get the latest version of SIM_Dashboard_Pro from the official website: https://www.simdashboardpro.com. The installation process is simple and straightforward. Just follow the instructions on the screen and accept the terms and conditions.

Once you have installed SIM_Dashboard_Pro, you can launch it by clicking on the desktop icon or by searching for it in the Start menu. You will see the main window of SIM_Dashboard_Pro, which looks like this:

Main window of SIM_Dashboard_Pro

This is where you can create and manage your dashboards. A dashboard is a collection of widgets and charts that display various information about your simulations. You can have multiple dashboards for different purposes and switch between them easily.

How to Connect SIM_Dashboard_Pro to Your Simulation Software


How to Install and Launch SIM_Dashboard_Pro

To monitor and optimize your simulations, you need to connect SIM_Dashboard_Pro to your simulation software. SIM_Dashboard_Pro supports a wide range of simulation software, such as MATLAB, Simulink, ANSYS, Unity, Unreal Engine, etc. You can find the full list of supported software on the official website: https://www.simdashboardpro.com/supported-software.

To connect SIM_Dashboard_Pro to your simulation software, you need to follow these steps:

  1. Open your simulation software and load your simulation project.
  2. Open SIM_Dashboard_Pro and click on the “Connect” button on the top right corner of the main window.
  3. Select your simulation software from the drop-down menu and click on “OK”.
  4. A pop-up window will appear asking you to enter some details about your simulation project, such as the name, the path, the parameters, etc. Fill in the required fields and click on “OK”.
  5. SIM_Dashboard_Pro will establish a connection with your simulation software and start receiving data from it.

You will see a green indicator on the bottom left corner of the main window showing that the connection is successful. You can also see the name of your simulation project on the top left corner of the main window.

How to Customize Your Dashboard with Widgets and Charts


How to Connect SIM_Dashboard_Pro to Your Simulation Software

Once you have connected SIM_Dashboard_Pro to your simulation software, you can customize your dashboard with widgets and charts that display various information about your simulations. Widgets are small graphical elements that show a single piece of information, such as a value, a gauge, a meter, etc. Charts are larger graphical elements that show multiple pieces of information, such as a line chart, a bar chart, a pie chart, etc.

To customize your dashboard with widgets and charts, you need to follow these steps:

  1. Click on the “Add Widget” or “Add Chart” button on the top left corner of the main window.
  2. A pop-up window will appear showing you a list of available widgets or charts. You can browse through them by category or by keyword. You can also see a preview of each widget or chart on the right side of the pop-up window.
  3. Select the widget or chart that you want to add to your dashboard and click on “OK”.