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We've written a benchmark toolkit that spits out a html with a number of statistics we find useful. Of these, I'll highlight the ones that I use regularly in bold. Over multiple datasets and multiple algorithms: Best Score Summary (Graph And Table) to see which algorithm works best Best Score Scalability Summary (Graph) Best Score Distribution Summary (...


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Some further plots that can be helpful are bar charts with the type of solver going along the horizontal axis and the number of problem instances on the vertical axis. However, each bar is colour-coded with certain proportions that can indicate how "successful" a solver is compared to others. Kronqvist et al. (2019) provide several such charts in their ...


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There are a couple of situations where I would find box plots enlightening. For performance variability (either time to proven optimum or gap at a fixed time limit), box-and-whiskers plots with the performance measure on the vertical axis and the instance identifier on the horizontal axis (so one box per instance) make comparisons of instances easy. ...


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AFAIK, some software such as GAMS, Lingo, AMPL and SCIP have had facilities to deal with it. For example, GAMS has a list file which contains much useful information about the problem and its solution. Also, Lingo has a graphical interface to depict the problem specifications. For example, Lingo matrix picture:


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This might be not exactly what you are looking for but GCG (based on SCIP) has a nice visualize command that you can call after it found a decomposition (Dantzig-Wolfe or Benders). It visualizes the decomposition in its master and subproblems but also highlights the non-zero entries of the matrix. If there is no such decomposition it still shows you the non-...


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What you are asking for sounds somewhat similar to Alteryx (which starts at $5,195/user per year). Let's see how we can duplicate some of the look and functionality that with free tools. A demo video "Alteryx Designer in 20 Minutes" (titled "Alteryx Demo" on YouTube) is available. Here's an overview of the workflow: You asked for: "Let's say you have an ...


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