Visualize your data and bring it to life

Visualize your data with ease using Collimator

Engineers and scientists use Collimator as a Python data visualization tool to conduct data analysis and visualize results from their dynamical systems using time graphs, Bode plots, FFT plots and XY graphs. Results are presented in an interactive and customizable way that allows users to explore, get insights, and understand patterns in the data

“I wanted to have the flexibility that Python affords me. I also wanted to get the suite of features from other engineering simulation software. I believe [this] has enormous potential”
Academic Researcher in Control and Automation at IIT
“That is actually really cool. Having access to all my existing Python code opens up a huge number of possibilities. That is a huge benefit!”
Control Systems Engineer in Computer Electronics
“It is amazing to use Python, run on a web browser and collaborate on the cloud […] This is undoubtedly 10x better than what I've used before!"
GNC Engineer in Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing
Collimator has major improvements over Simulink plus it is in the browser so it is very portable. Collimator also feels more powerful from a computational standpoint since simulations are performed using HPC in the cloud
Mechatronic Engineer, ElektromontaĹĽ RzeszĂłw S.A.
Visualizing results in Collimator using the Visualizer

Visualizer to see results

Users can view outputs for all discrete and continuous function blocks. The Visualizer can be turned on or off for any block after the simulation is run, allowing users to gain insights on any block in their system without having to re-run the simulation
See documentation

Collimator's Python notebook for FFT plots

Python data visualization

Users can import open source Python data visualization tools such as Matplotlib, Seaborn, ggplot, Bokeh, Plotly to create customized graphs and visualizations. These can be used to develop domain specific charts (e.g., Bode plots, FFT plots, XY graphs, contour plots, heatmaps, 3D graphs)
See documentation

Collaboration features and Role Based Access Control (RBAC) in Collimator

Collaboration tools for efficiency

Users can use Collimator's role based access control to grant view, edit and comment access to collaborators. Models have a clear version history and last stable version indications to enable better collaboration with teams, suppliers and customers

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