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Re: Visualize state graphs in TLA toolbox

You seem to be confusing two different things:

   (a) the state graph, which is displayed after model checking is complete if you checked
       the appropriate box in the TLC options section of the Advanced Model page before
       running the model checker.

   (b) The graph of the number of states found versus time which is displayed, and continually
       updated while the model checker is running, if you click on the appropriate column
       header in the Statistics section of the Model Checking Results page.  It
is the graphical
       representation of the data in the chosen statistics column, and it will be invisible unless
       there are at least two items in that column.     

If either of those two is not properly displayed, explain what you did, what you expected to see, and what you did see.

On Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at 5:08:38 PM UTC-8, gajerashirish wrote:
Hi there,

I want to see the graph of distinct state basically when I click on column header after running the model checking. So, I was going through this document
"In order to visualize a state graph, the path to the dot executable of the GraphViz project has to be set on the State Graph preference page on the File/Preferences menu".

I download GraphViz (https://graphviz.gitlab.io/_pages/Download/Download_windows.html), but I have 2 problems
1) I don't know what this means "dot executable of the GraphViz project"
2) I don't see any State Graph preference page in File/Preferences menu in my toolbox.