# Model Details Pane

The Model Details Pane shows analysis details about your model. It will show information for
the following characteristics:

**Name**—The name of the model whose data you are viewing.**Entities**—Number of entities**Relationships**—Number of relationships**Is Acyclic**—Formed by a collection of entities and directed relationships, each relationship connecting one entity to another, such that there is no way to start at some entity v and follow a sequence of relationships that eventually loops back to v again.**Is Biconnected**—Connected and inseparable, such that if any entity were to be removed, the model would remain connected.**Is Bipartite**—Entities can be divided into two disjoint sets U and V such that every relationship connects an entity in U to one in V; that is, U and V are independent sets. Equivalently, a bipartite model is a model that does not contain any odd-length cycles.**Is Connected**—A path exists from one entity in the model to any other entity in the model.**Is Cyclic**—Consists of a single cycle, or in other words, some number of entities connected in a closed chain.**Is Forest**—An undirected model, all of whose connected components are trees; in other words, the model consists of a disjointed union of trees. Equivalently, a forest is an undirected cycle-free model.**Is Multiple Relationship Free**—Is free of two or more relationships that are incident to the same two entities.**Is Planar**—Can be drawn in such a way that no relationships are intersecting.**Is Rooted Tree**—One entity has been designated the root, in which case the relationships have a natural orientation, towards or away from the root.**Is Strongly Connected**—A path exists from each entity in the model to every other entity. In particular, this means paths in each direction; a path from a to b and also a path from b to a.**Is Tree**—An undirected model in which any two entities are connected by exactly one simple path.

Note: This pane is on by default but can be toggled off and on using the Model Details
button on the Tools ribbon of the View tab.