# User Portlet

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Here's a little known feature of SystemModeler: you can insert HTML in a lot of places. Let me demonstrate. When I create a new package to store my SystemModeler classes in I can enter HTML in the description field. Here I insert an emoji ![enter... |

Here's a thing I played around with the other night: how do you generate graphics that look like the soft strokes of a water color painting? I started with ListDensityPlot. img = ListDensityPlot[ Table[Sin[i - .5 + j^2], {i, 0, 3,... |

Yes! Depending on your model architecture there are different ways to go, here's one: - Use the component [CombiTable1Ds][1]. You can export the curve from Mathematica to the [CombiTimeTable format using the Export functionality from SystemModeler... |

We've done a major update to the SystemModeler Examples that you can find on [www.wolfram.com/system-modeler/examples][1]. We now have two major categories: Industry Examples and Education Examples. ![enter image description here][2] When you... |

If you are interested in SystemModeler, attend our Virtual Workshop on February 9. See more at: [Modeling and Simulation with Wolfram SystemModeler: Virtual Workshop][1] Feel free to discuss the topics in this thread. I'm especially looking... |

See the attached example (based on `Modelica.Electrical.MultiPhase.Examples.TestSensors`) for how to connect voltage sources with `Star`. ![Electric circuit with star][1] Note that `Modelica.Electrical.Analog.Interfaces.VoltageSource` is a... |

Does your circuit have a ground component? Can you attach the model? |

Eric, two answers. **The short answer**: run ![equation][1] and after that you can see the algebraic variables and system equations. **The slightly longer answer**: When you run a simulation with WSMLink (`WSMSimulate["model"]`) the... |

Take a look at the components used in [BooleanNetwork][1], this might help you. [1]: http://reference.wolfram.com/system-modeler/libraries/Modelica/Modelica.Blocks.Examples.BooleanNetwork1.html |

Guido, SystemModeler has the same "limitations" as you'll see in section 4.4 of Dirk Zimmer's dissertation. One thing to note is that the interface to Mathematica makes it easy to "script" a large number of simulations with different actors etc... |