Sankey Style

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The Sankey Style illustrates the quantity of iterations for a single sequence flow in proportion to the total amount of process runs for a specific simulation run. Sequence flows with a higher number of iterations are displayed proportionally wider than those with a lower number of iterations.

Sankey Style for different products

A simulation which includes more than one product will result in a Sankey Styles with different colors - one for each product. The width of each color string is influenced by the number of iterations for each product in proportion to the overall count of the sequence flow. The concrete numerical iterations for each product can be displayed by moving the mouse pointer over a Sankey Style.