I am using the Dakota Optimizer.
I have 50+ variables, 50+ constraints and more than one objective function.
Independent of the actual optimizer used, or the output selected:
Is there a way to plot the objective functions while the optimizer is running?
Dakota offers a graphical output, but this shows a combined objective function - not each objective function individually. Furthermore, with the amount of variables and constraints the standard window/screen is too small for a complete graphical output.
I have the values for each objective function at each iteration because I provide them to the responses file. However, I would like to avoid generating an additional file that stores these values and call an external function to plot from that file.
I am looking for a solution which is part of Dakota.