Altair HyperStudy 2022 Release Notes

New Features

Review Images of Design Iterations
Like Data Sources, you can now define Media Sources. Use this new feature to associate images of simulation results with each run to later enhance the postprocessing experience in the MediaView.
New Report Generation Options
Altair Binary Format (.abf) report generator is now available.
New File Export Option
Altair Binary Format (.abf) can be exported with data from all Approaches.


Visualize Near-Best Design Points
A tolerance option has been added to visualize alternative optimum design points on top of the best one. The user-specified tolerance is the relative difference between objective value of the best point and each alternative design.
Import Variables per Model
Import Variables task can be performed individually per model.
Constraint Markers in Parallel Coordinates
Responses with constraint definition can be optionally annotated in Parallel Coordinate Plots.
Image Support by HyperView Model
To complement the new MediaView capability, HyperView model connection has been updated to auto generate images for each run.
User-Defined DOE Algorithms
The use of external sampling method is now supported in DOE approach.
Leveraging HyperStudy algorithms
The internal methods of HyperStudy are now allowed to be used in external python processes.
New Tutorial
The HS-1670 tutorial has been added to show how to set up a Radioss model.

Resolved Issues

  • Order of constraints influenced GRSM results.
  • Goal columns of inclusion matrix were not being populated which caused data being omitted in Optima tab.
  • Progress bar showed negative remaining time.
  • Filtering outliers per response caused discrepancy between Internal and Excel fit.


  • Support for studies earlier than v14.0 has been deprecated, please contact support if you need to open an older version.
  • Run Before option in Model Conditions has been retired.
  • Inspire Studio Model will be deprecated in the future.