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Plots of Monte Carlo analyses are performed in exactly the same manner as for normal runs. When you probe a circuit point, curves for each run in the MC analysis will be created. You will notice, however, that only one label for each set of curves will be displayed. Operations on curves such as deleting and moving will be performed on the complete set.
Sometimes it is useful to know exactly which run a particular curve is associated with. To do this proceed as follows:
Source group: ac1 Curve id: 4 Run number: 49
The information of interest here is the Run number. With this you can look up in the log file details of the run i.e. what values were used for each part and parameter. You can also obtain the seed value used so that the run can be repeated. See Setting the Seed Value.
If you wish to plot a single curve in a Monte Carlo set, you must obtain the run number then use themenu to plot an indexed expression. We use an example to explain the process.
Using the Chebyshev filter example, let's suppose that we wish to plot the curve of the filter output created by run 49 alone without the remaining curves. Proceed as follows.
[index]where index is the run number less 1. In this example the run number is 49 so we enter 48 for the index. You should now have:
C4_Pdisplayed in the Y expression box.
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