Managing Simulation Results
Alone, Simlog’s Personal Simulators save simulation results as files on your PC.
Adding Simulation Manager (English, French, Spanish, or Portuguese) to use our products in Multi-User Commercial Mode will provide additional security and efficiency, and simplify documentation, by saving simulation results in a Simlog database. Just one software license is needed, since the same Simulation Manager can be used with all of our Personal Simulators.
Using the Simulation Manager, you can:
- Create a unique “account” for each simulator user, with a unique login name and password
- Restrict access to simulation results by assigning users to different categories (Students, Instructors, Administrators)
- Group users into “classes”. In this way, if you are using the same PC to host several Simulators, you can authorize different classes to use different Simulators
- Work with multiple databases at the same time
- Save all simulation results in the Simlog database, indexed by user. In the case of a simulator lab, the simulation results at each station will be saved in the same database (so long as all of the simulator PCs are all networked together)
The database is always archived locally. Nothing is ever stored “in the cloud”, where your data could be subject to cyber-theft or tampering. In this way, everything stays private and confidential, at your premises.
Simlog also offers a free Viewer so that people off-site can also review the same simulation results, using a local copy of the Simlog database.
Why Simulation Manager
The following table summarizes the advantages of using Simulation Manager.
|With Simulation Manager,
Personal Simulators in Multi-User Mode
|No Simulation Manager,
Personal Simulators in Single-User Mode
|The Personal Simulator “knows” who you are, thanks to your user account login name and password.||The Personal Simulator does not know who you are.|
|All simulation results are saved as entries in the same Simlog database, indexed by user.||Simulation results are saved in the form of individual files with just the date and time.|
|Off-site monitoring of simulation results is easy. Just have the onsite people pass along the single database file, and then use Simlog’s free Viewer to browse that database.||Off-site monitoring of simulation results is difficult. The onsite people must pass along all the results files, and each one must be viewed individually using a Web browser.|
|Simulation results are confidential. For example, a Student user can only review his/her simulation results, but an Instructor can review the simulation results of all the Students.||Anyone can review anyone’s simulation results by browsing the Results files.|
|Simulator use is secure. Only people with valid login names and passwords can use the simulator.||Anyone can use the simulator.|