Plot Command

Plot can be used to add a new curve to an existing graph created with Plot or to change the way it is displayed.

Plot 
        [/xl <xlimit-low> <xlimit-high>] [/yl <ylimit_low> <ylimit_high>] [/xdelta <xdelta>] [/ydelta <ydelta>]
        [/ylabel <ylabel>] [/xlabel <xlabel>] [/yunit <yunit>] [/xunit <xunit>] [/title graph-title]
        [/xlog] [/ylog] [/loglog] [/dig] [/new] [/select] [/name] [/autoxlog] [/autoylog]
        [/xauto] [/yauto] [/newaxis] [/newgrid] [/axisid <id>] [/autoaxis] [/bus hex|dec|decsigned|bin ]\n
        [<y-expression>] [<x-expression>]

Parameters

/autoAxis

Does nothing. For compatibility with the command Curve .

/autoXlog

If specified, the x-axis will be logarithmic if the x-values are logarithmically spaced.

/autoYlog

Same as /autoxlog except that if x-values are logarithmically spaced, the Y axis will be logarithmic.

/axisid

Does nothing. For compatibility with the command Curve .

/bus

Specifies that the curve is displaying a bus value.

/dig

If specified, the curve will be plotted on a digital axis. Digital axes are stacked on top of main axes and are sized and labelled appropriately for digital waveforms.

/loglog

Forces both y and x axes to be logarithmic.

/name

If specified, curve will be named curve-name .

/new

Opens a new graph window.

/newAxis

Does nothing. For compatibility with the command Curve .

/newGrid

Does nothing. For compatibility with the command Curve .

/newSheet

Creates a new empty sheet. Does not plot any curves.

/select

If specified, the new curve will be selected.

/title

Specify title of graph with graph-title .

/xauto

Does nothing. For compatibility with the command Curve .

/xdelta

Specify spacing between major grid lines on x-axis with real value xdelta . For default spacing use '0'.

/xl

Specify fixed limit for x-axis, xlimit-low is a real value stating the lower limit of the x-axis, whilst xlimit-high is a real value stating the higher limit of the x-axis.

/xlabel

Specify label for the x-axis with xlabel .

/xlog

Forces logarithmic x-axis, only effective when graph sheet is empty.

/xunit

Specify units for x-axis (Volts, Watts etc.) with string xunit . If it contains spaces, the whole string must be enclosed in quotes (""). You should not include an engineering prefix (m, K etc.).

/yauto

Does nothing. For compatibility with the command Curve .

/ydelta

Specify spacing between major grid lines on y-axis with real value ydelta . For default spacing use '0'.

/yl

Specify fixed limit for y-axis, ylimit-low is a real value stating the lower limit of the y-axis, whilst ylimit-high is a real value stating the higher limit of the y-axis.

/ylabel

Specify label for the y-axis with ylabel .

/ylog

Forces logarithmic y-axis, only effective when graph sheet is empty.

/yunit

Specify units for y-axis (Volts, Watts etc.) with string yunit . If it contains spaces, the whole string must be enclosed in quotes (""). You should not include an engineering prefix (m, K etc.).

y-expression

Expression describing curve to be added to graph.

x-expression

Expression describing x values of curve defined by y expression. If omitted, reference of y_expression will be used.

Notes

/autoxlog and /autoxylog log test The x-values are deemed to be logarithmically spaced if three values satisfy the following: \[ 1.0000001 > \frac{x_1^2}{x_0*x_2} > 0.9999999 \] Where: \[ x_0 = x[0] \] i.e the first point in the data. If there are an even number of points: \[ x_1 = x[\frac{n}{2}-1] \] \[ x_2 = x[n-2] \] where $n$ is the number of points in the data. If there are an odd number of points: \[ x_1 = x[\frac{n-1}{2}] \] \[ x_2 = x[n-1] \] where $n$ is the number of points in the data. If there are fewer than three points or any of the values is less than or equal to zero, a linear axis will be selected.