**HS-1010: Set Up a Simple Study**

Learn how to set up a study on simple functions defined using a Templex template.**HS-1015: Work with an Internal Math Model**

Learn how to set up a study on simple functions defined using an Internal Math model.**HS-1020: Work with a Parameterized File Model for Size Variables**

Learn how to create a template file for size variables, and how to import them to HyperStudy.**HS-1021: Work with a Parameterized File Model for Shape Variables**

Learn how to create a template file for shape variables and how to import them to HyperStudy.**HS-1025: Work with a HyperMesh and HyperMorph Model**

Learn how to import size and shape variables to HyperStudy from HyperMesh.**HS-1030: Parameterize a MotionView Model**

Learn how to use HyperStudy to perform an optimization with MotionSolve.**HS-1035: Optimization Study using an Excel Spreadsheet**

Learn how to use couple HyperStudy with a spreadsheet, identify input variables and output responses, and run an Optimization study.**HS-1036: Set Up an Excel Model with a Visual Basic Script**

Learn how to couple HyperStudy with a spreadsheet containing Visual Basic scripts and identify input variables and output responses.**HS-1040: Minimization of Internal Rosenbrock Function**

Learn how to register a Compose/OML or python function in HyperStudy using the Preference file (.mvw), and then use the registered function for output response evaluation in the study.**HS-1050: Minimization of External Rosenbrock Function**

Learn how to optimize a 2D Rosenbrock function using Compose or Python.**HS-1060: Link Variables of a Model to Output Responses of Other Models**

Learn how to link variables of a model to output responses of other models.**HS-1070: Define Discrete Size Variables with Conditional Linking for use in HyperStudy**

Learn how to define discrete input variables that are conditionally linked.**HS-1080: Set Up an Operator Model**

Learn how to use the Operator model type to run a script that uses a combination of HyperView and HVTrans to split the solver result file in multiple result files, one for each component in the model.**HS-1090: Define Discrete Size Variables with the Lookup Model**

Learn how to define discrete size input variables with the Lookup model. You will establish links between the input variables imported from a parameterized file with the output responses imported from a .csv file using the Lookup model.