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#100 not an issue Basic input- Unassimil/ consumption values not saving properly jeroens carieh
Description

basically you have to save these values manually (click the save button) to get these values into the core.

model 2E- june 18 imported In my attempt to balance, I have adjusted the unassimil/ consumption (U/Q) values, yet this is not reflected in the basic estimates screen. I could change the values of U/Q ratio and this has no effect on balancing/ parameterizing. I should be able to change the U/Q ratio of krill and copepods to 0.42, and benthos to 0.45. this should balance the model, and give an EE=0.988 for detritus. (in case you want to reproduce).- so the changes are not reflected in the parameterization- basic estimates screen.

Actually, I closed this model, and re-opened and the U/Q values were the original imported values, NOT the values I changed them to. So I re-edited the values and saved the model, and Viola!!! It balanced.

So it seems the problem is that where things like Biomass, and P/B ratio automatically get saved when you click the enter button, you have to manually save changes to U/Q, and it will work.

See bug 101

#109 not an issue Ecosim- Group info tab- max P/B ratio different than version 5 administrator carieh
Description

The max relative P/B is shaded yellow in version 5. In version 6 the default is set to 2 . I am not sure if this is a conservative estimate, so that the max P/b ratio cannot increase more than 2-fold, or if this was a mistake in creating the interface, and there is not meant to be a value left in that column. The exception is that in version 5 phytoplankton has a default value of 2, so maybe this is where the 2s came from? (see pg 94 of manual for version 5 for limited information).

I do not know if this is an issue; will ask VC

#205 not an issue Apply Time Series overwrites original forcing function data villyc jeroens
Description

When applying Time Series of type 3 and 4, original Fishing Rate or Fish Mortality shape data will be overwritten by time series data. This has two malicious effects:

  1. If the user Saves the Ecosim scenario after applying such Time Series data, his/her original Fishing Rate or Fish Mortality values are lost
  2. Unapplying such Time Series will NOT restore the original Fishing Rate or Fish Mortality data; this data has been overwritten by the time series. Only reloading the Ecosim scenario will restore the fishing rate and mortality values.

This behaviour is by design, does it need changing?

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