Config:ContextConfig

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ContextConfig

OutputDirectory

Specifies the directory to use to store the results, logs, ... An absolute path can be specified, if not it is relative to the project directory.

<!--Specifies the directory to use to store the results, logs, ... An absolute path can be specified, if not it is relative to the project directory.-->
   <OutputDirectory>output</OutputDirectory>

PlotOptions

Several options for configuring the intermediate plots can be found here

<!--Several options for configuring the intermediate plots can be found here-->
   <PlotOptions>
 
      <!-- save model to disk as Matlab .mat file -->
      <Option key="saveModels" value="true"/>
 
      <!-- plot models model plots to disk -->
      <Option key="plotModels" value="true"/>
 
      <!-- contours are  only available for 2 dimensions -->
 
      <!-- also show the contour lines underneath a surface plot -->
      <Option key="withContour" value="true"/>
      <!-- use a contour plot instead of a surface plot -->
      <Option key="plotContour" value="false"/>
      <!-- also plot the model uncertainty, only supported by some models types -->
      <Option key="plotUncertainty" value="false"/>
 
      <!--
      Other options to customize plotting:
 
      <Option key="plotPoints" value="true"/>

      <Option key="lighting" value="false"/>
      <Option key="slices" value="3"/>
      <Option key="grayScale" value="false"/>
      <Option key="meshSize" value="41"/>
      <Option key="fontSize" value="14"/>
      <Option key="logScale" value="false"/>
      -->
 
      <!-- Output file format of the plot: png (default),eps,bmp,jpg,... -->
      <Option key="outputType" value="png"/>
   </PlotOptions>

Custom Options

Available options:

<!--Keep models from previous model iterations. See: http://www.sumowiki.intec.ugent.be/index.php/FAQ#I_sometimes_see_the_error_of_the_best_model_go_up.2C_shouldn.27t_it_decrease_monotonically.3F-->
   <Option key="keepOldModels" value="off"/>
<!--If set to on the parallelMode option will check if the Matlab Parallel Computing Toolbox is installed. If so, model construction will occur in parallel where possible, thus speeding things up. Note that this option is still somewhat experimental. If you get weird problems switch it off again.-->
   <Option key="parallelMode" value="off"/>

Profiling

Configuration options for the profilers. Profilers allow you to track the modeling process and understand what happens. Within a profiler block, one or more <Output type="type"/> specifiers should be present. Possible types are toFile, toPanel, toTable, and toImage.

<!--Configuration options for the profilers. Profilers allow you to track the modeling process and understand what happens. Within a profiler block, one or more <Output type="type"/>
 specifiers should be present. Possible types are toFile, toPanel, toTable, and toImage.-->
   <Profiling>
      <!--
      You can restrict the available profilers to use by specifying a wildcard to disable the docked output if you dont want a window containing all the profilers.
      To select all profilers, simply put ".*"
      -->
      <Profiler name=".*SampleMinimum.*|.*Measure.*|.*BestModel.*|.*ElapsedTime.*|.*MemoryUse.*" enabled="true">
         <!-- note that the toImage/toPanel handlers are quite expensive to use, removing them will speed things up -->
         <Output type="toPanel"/>
         <Output type="toImage"/>
         <Output type="toTable"/>
         <Output type="toFile"/>
      </Profiler>      
   </Profiling>
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