As the systems and designs that engineers work on get more and more complex, the volume of data that they can obtain about their system increases exponentially. Making sure you are obtaining useful data and using that data to obtain insights about your design can be quite challenging, almost impossible, without the correct tools at their disposal.
One of the most effective ways to obtain insights from your data is through the use of visualization tools to aid in the study of your data. By using visualization tools, such as the ones provided by ModelCenter, engineers can simplify the study of their design space using helpful graphs, charts and plots that provide them a depiction of their data that is easier to understand. This visualization of their design space can provide the engineers with valuable insight about their design, such as:
- Characteristics and features of their design space
- Important design trends in their design
- Where your design constraint lie relative to your design points
- Appropriate starting points for optimizations...and much more!
Having valuable insights, such as the ones highlighted above, throughout your design process, allow engineers to make informed decisions that lead to better designs in less time and a much more efficient manner.
During this workshop we will cover a real-life example of this approach and its benefits, and conclude with an interactive Q&A session.
What will you learn by attending this session?
How to ensure that the data obtained is appropriate to understanding your design space effectively.
How to use different visualization tools to understand your design space.
How to use design space knowledge to increase the efficiency of your optimizations.
Discover an overall approach to obtaining adequate data and using it to study your design space, allowing you to understanding and optimize your design effectively.
Learn about some of the benefits that studying your design space through visualization tools can provide for your designs.
Mr. Juan Bolinaga
Come join us May 18, 2021
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET
Participation in this event is free!
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