This page presents an overview of all entities created and stored in the database by the current user: Hovering the mouse over the descriptive columns will bring up more detailed information where applicable.


The last column in each table contains a number of action icons, which are activated by clicking on the icons.


This action opens a pop-up window with a description of the selected entity, and a summary of the input parameters used to generate it. Where applicable, hyperlinks are provided to other entities used to generate the entity being viewed (e.g., a link to the event list used to generate a statistical model). File and plot links are available where applicable.


This action is a shortcut to the server page which was used to generate the selected entity. When the page is opened, the stored parameters are retrieved from the database so that the original input settings are presented. The user can then repeat the run with modified parameters, or repeat the run with the same parameter values when an input needed for the run has changed (e.g. when a device geometry is updated, the effects models that use it as an input need to be re-run).


This action deletes the selected entity from the database. The user has to confirm the delete action. All entities depending on the selected entity will be deleted as well!

Warning: this action is irreversible!

Users are encouraged to delete entities when they are no longer needed in order to free up space in the database.


As the models and tools on the server can be used in sequence, complex dependencies can result. As an example, consider the following sequence to generate a statistical model:
  1. generate a device geometry;
  2. generate an effects response function;
  3. generate an event list (which in turn can use a response function);
  4. generate the statistical model.
Suppose that the user then modifies the device geometry. This means that all the downstream outputs (response function and statistical model in this example) are no longer up to date with the device geometry.

These occurrences are flagged by the icon. Hovering the mouse over the icon will bring up a short description of where the dependency chain is broken. The same information is also shown on the pop-up window spawned by the action. On the model and tool input pages, entities which are not up to date are listed but are not selectable. It is the user's responsibility to verify the consistency of the output chain by checking that no warning icons are set.

Last modified on: 3 October 2011.