Hi Vishal,
I noticed a couple of things...
1. The syntax for your getData() command appears to be missing the results directory. This is why you received the error message "Use results() for a list of available results." I think you are missing the ?resultsDir attribute. The command syntax, as I recall is:
getData( <output_name> ?results <anaysis_type> ?resultsDir <path_to_results_directory>)
If you already opened the results with openResults( <path_to_results_directory>) and used selecResult(<analysis_type>), then you do not need these attributes.
Since you received the error message about the "results()", my thought is you may have overlooked the openResults() command.
2. When I perform a sweep analysis in IC 6.1.5, as in all prior versions, the result is a set of discrete directories whose names reflect the value of the sweep varaible(s). Within each subdirectory, there is a psf folder with the analysis results (i..e, tran.tran file for example). Are you using the paramRun() command in your script?
For example, on a two variable sweep I recently performed the directory structure is:
IBIAS=1.5e-05,NF_nmos=20 IBIAS=2e-05,NF_nmos=60 IBIAS=4.5e-05,NF_nmos=50
IBIAS=1.5e-05,NF_nmos=30 IBIAS=3.5e-05,NF_nmos=20 IBIAS=4.5e-05,NF_nmos=60
IBIAS=1.5e-05,NF_nmos=40 IBIAS=3.5e-05,NF_nmos=30 IBIAS=4e-05,NF_nmos=20
IBIAS=1.5e-05,NF_nmos=50 IBIAS=3.5e-05,NF_nmos=40 IBIAS=4e-05,NF_nmos=30
IBIAS=1.5e-05,NF_nmos=60 IBIAS=3.5e-05,NF_nmos=50 IBIAS=4e-05,NF_nmos=40
IBIAS=2.5e-05,NF_nmos=20 IBIAS=3.5e-05,NF_nmos=60 IBIAS=4e-05,NF_nmos=50
IBIAS=2.5e-05,NF_nmos=30 IBIAS=3e-05,NF_nmos=20 IBIAS=4e-05,NF_nmos=60
IBIAS=2.5e-05,NF_nmos=40 IBIAS=3e-05,NF_nmos=30 IBIAS=5e-05,NF_nmos=20
IBIAS=2.5e-05,NF_nmos=50 IBIAS=3e-05,NF_nmos=40 IBIAS=5e-05,NF_nmos=30
IBIAS=2.5e-05,NF_nmos=60 IBIAS=3e-05,NF_nmos=50 IBIAS=5e-05,NF_nmos=40
IBIAS=2e-05,NF_nmos=20 IBIAS=3e-05,NF_nmos=60 IBIAS=5e-05,NF_nmos=50
IBIAS=2e-05,NF_nmos=30 IBIAS=4.5e-05,NF_nmos=20 IBIAS=5e-05,NF_nmos=60
IBIAS=2e-05,NF_nmos=40 IBIAS=4.5e-05,NF_nmos=30 psf
IBIAS=2e-05,NF_nmos=50 IBIAS=4.5e-05,NF_nmos=40
Each sub-directory has a psf folder with the results. The top level psf folder only has the runObjFile. The containing diectory is the name of the resuls directory I specify in the resultsDir() command.
Shawn