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 Ocean script to extract PZ analysis result into a file *.txt ? 

Last post Mon, Sep 8 2008 10:28 AM by EricCDN. 1 replies.
Started by Nick T 12 Aug 2008 01:43 PM. Topic has 1 replies and 4561 views
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  • Tue, Aug 12 2008 1:43 PM

    • Nick T
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    Ocean script to extract PZ analysis result into a file *.txt ? Reply

    Hi, 

    I am new here and this is my first post.

    Does anybody know how to save a PZ analysis (frequency, poles, zeros, gain) directly into a file using something like ocean script for instance.

    I do not want by copy and paste; this is too medieval of an approach for me; and the same thing goes for other simulations by opening up the calculator every single time and then save the results into a file though the table function.

    I have found some ways to save results into a txt file by using Ocean (ocnPrint) with other types of simulations but not for PZ analysis, and there is no way to do it (PZ) through the calculator.

    Thanks for any help I can get!

    /Nick

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  • Mon, Sep 8 2008 10:28 AM

    • EricCDN
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    Re: Ocean script to extract PZ analysis result into a file *.txt ? Reply

     The information by default is written to the output log so you can get it from there.

    You can also use the -format option to write it to an ascii file for post processing:

    unix>  spectre -format psfascii input.scs

     

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