Help > Modeler > Results


Once a simulation study has completed, you can view its results by selecting Load Results in the properties panel of the Modeler or  Open Results on the simulation details page.

The Interface

  1. Legend
  2. Plots and JupyterLab
  3. Controls
  4. Study Properties and Outputs
  5. View cube
  6. View bar
  7. 3D viewer

    The controls for rotating, zooming, and panning are the same as in the Modeler, Physics, and Simulator tabs


You can customize the legend using the Legend options in the controls.

Plots and JupyterLab

Button Description
Opens the Plots window, which shows plots for any probes that you have added. Coming soon…
Opens JupyterLab, the latest web-based user interface for Project Jupyter. You can find full documentation for JupyterLab at https://jupyterlab.readthedocs.io/.
Once in JupyterLab, select this button again to return to the main results view.



Option Description
Palette Select a color map for the legend and the 3D viewer.
Scale Use the dropdown to select either Linear or Log 10.

  • Linear: Use a linear scale (equal intervals represent equal increments in quantities).
  • Log 10: Use a logarithmic (nonlinear) scale with a base of 10.
Bounds Use the slider to set the legend’s minimum and maximum values. This can help you to understand how a particular range of values is distributed across your model.


Want to focus in on a particular part of your model? Use the slice sliders to hide parts you’re not interested in. Each slider slices along an axis (X, Y, and Z axes).


Option Description
Scale Use the slider to apply a deformation scale factor.


Select which dataset within the simulation you want to view results for.

Available datasets are dependent on the simulation type.


  • Displacement in the X, Y, or Z directions
  • Principal Strain (1st, 2nd, 3rd)
  • Principal Stress (1st, 2nd, 3rd)
  • Strains (XX, XY, XZ, YY, YZ, ZZ)
  • Stresses (XX, XY, XZ, YY, YZ, ZZ)
  • Von Mises stress


  • Temperature


  • All datasets available in Mechanical
  • Temperature


  • Average Pressure
  • Average Velocity
  • Pressure
  • Q Criterion
  • Shear Stress
  • Velocity
  • Vorticity