In the previous phase we imported the supply chain scenario, ran the experiment and analyzed the results. In this phase we will export the results into a new SIM scenario and observe them in the tables.
Note: The result of the Transportation optimization experiment can be exported only to an existing SIM type scenario that contains the same set of objects.
Let us start with preparing the destination scenario, to which we will import the results.
Convert TO scenario to SIM
You will be taken to the SIM tab containing the just created copy.
Now we have a SIM scenario to import results to.If you take a look at the tables of the new scenario, you will see that 13 tables acquired data from the TO scenario. This data is enough to run the Simulation experiment and analyze the statistics, but first we will add data from the TO experiment result.
Export TO result to the scenario
A dialog box will open, prompting you to specify the SIM scenario to export the data to.
Select the Copy of NIKE TO
scenario and click OK to
close the dialog box.
The result will be exported to the selected scenario.
Let us have a closer look at the destination scenario and the results that have been added to it.
Observe the updated scenario
Note: If required you can edit the index of the customers to change the order in which they will be visited.
You can now run the Simulation experiment and analyze the gathered statistics.
Run Simulation experiment
We can see types of visually distinguished routes on the
GIS map. Here belong:
That's it. We have completed the transportation optimization tutorial. In this phase we exported the result of the TO experiment to a new SIM scenario, analyzed the acquired data, and observed real-time simulation of the offered routes. You may now proceed designing your supply chain by adding more data to the scenario and analyzing the gathered statistics.