Why the color of bar plot of elementary effects is so light?
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I used simbiology for global sensitivity analysis and selected elementray effects method. After obtaining the bar chart, the colors of mean and standard deviation are very light, as shown in the figure below. How to adjust the colors?
Thank you very much.
Florian Augustin on 17 Jan 2023
There is a way to change the color, but I would like explain those bar plots a little. They color-code a histogram of the sensitivities over time (more intense colors mean that the sensitivities occur more often over time, fainter colors mean that this sensitivity occurs less often over time). The sensitivities for outputs 1, 4, and 9 seem to be concentrated around a common value accross some time span, hence you see a darker spot in the bar plots. For global sensitivity bar plots in SimBiology, you can change the color using name-value arguments as documented here (or use the Property Editor of the plot in the SimBiology Model Analyzer if you are using this app). However, this will not change the opacity. For time-varying sensitivities, I'd recommend using the plot function of the sensitivity results. This will show you the sensitivities (mean and standard deviations of elementary effects) over time, which gives a more complete picture of the sensitivities of the outputs over time.
I hope this helps,
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