The inspector panel is used to inspect simulation elements. It appears on the right-hand side of the workspace whenever a simulation element is selected. You can close the inspector panel by clicking away from a simulation element.

It exposes two categories of functionality under the tabs "Element" and "Data" tabs.


The element tab contains a number of user interactions that allow you to modify calculations, presentation and charting of each simulation element, which are explained below.


The name by which the variable is referred to. Must be unique across the model. Stub

A small additional piece of text with no semantic meaning. Can be used to label units, time-frames, or other things of note that may otherwise need to be placed in the name.


A formula that determines the value of the variable at each point in time. If the formula is blank, then the sketched values will be used instead. If there are no sketched values, or the formula contains errors, the value will be 0. If you start typing a formula, or refer to another element, the formula will present options for autocompleting. The formulae section of the documentation outlines the set of formulae available in Sheetless.


Chart showing the sketched and simulated values of the variable. Can be drawn onto by using the mouse to change sketched values.


The expected minimum/maximum values for the chart. The chart scale will be resized to cover at least this range of values, but will be extended if values extend outside of this range. Notes

Additional notes for the modeller. Useful for noting sources of sketched data, or reasoning for the formula.


This table shows the sketched and simulated data series for the variable. The sketched cells can be edited by double clicking or selecting and then typing. Cells can also be copied in and out much like usual spreadsheet software. Entire columns can be selected by clicking on their names, with additional columns selectable using shift-click.