Pulse Editor Quick Start
After starting the Pulse Explorer, click the
Start Pulse Editor button
Load a patient state.
From the Patient Editor tab, click the
Load State button
Note that a *.json state is also available.
pbb files are valid state files.
json is in an ASCII, human readable format, and the
pbb file contains the state in a binary format provided by the google protobuf library.
Start the engine
Start Engine button to begin the Pulse Simulation
Create a Hemorrhage Action
Open the Actions tab, expand the
Hemorrhage action, provide the following data, and click
The action will immediately be applied to the engine, as noted in the Log window.
Create a Data Request
Open the Data Request Tab, and click the
New Plot Set button, and set the following fields.
Once set, click the
Speed up Time
Experiment with the
Real-time Lock check box to allow time to advance more quickly and the effects of the hemorrhage.
Save a Scenario
Open the Scenario Tab, and click the
Save Scenario button, and save a json file to disk.
Load and Run a Scenario
To replay what you just did, click on the
Clear Editor button from the Engine Controls.
Scenario tab, choose the
Load Scenario button and select the scenario file you just saved.
Start Engine button, and the Explorer will automatically create the Date Requests you made, and will execute the hemorrhage action at the same time you originally added it.