> Could anyone tell me how to use ADE_L to plot waveform after command line simulation?
I am sure many others can respond to your question with very good answers. I didn't see a response, so perhaps this might help:
a. Open ADE-L and, using the Results Browser (under the Tools menu), browse to the directory that contains your results. You can select and plot those signals you have.
b. Alternately, from the CIW, you can open the Results Browser directly (Tools-ADE-L_>Results Browser)
c. If you do not want to open ADE-L, you can place the two files in the attached file in your ~/bin directory ( or any directory in your search path) and make each executable. The type "plotsig" with the following syntax and an X window will open that loads your results directory and plots the signal of interest. From the Viva window you can navigate to your results directory or just type any ocean command into the X window. Teh scritp creates a temporary ocean script that loads your results and plots the desired signal. It is a very simple script, am I am sure others have more elegant solutions. However, I use it very often to check a simulation waveform quickly and it seems to work well for my needs.
plotsig <UNIX_path_to_results> <type of analysis (i.e., tran, ac)> <signal_name _to_plot>
example: plotsig /home/myname/design/workarea/simulation/test_ckt/spectre/myresults tran OUTPUT
I hope this is helpful Xianweng,