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  • Re: How to plot a graph?
    Great, glad this solved your problem and hopefully others might find this useful.   The format is has only been tested from a computer generated process which always produces the correct syntax (it was not necesary intended for "hand creation") so if you run into problems it is most likley as you found a syntax issue.   Someday ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by jons on Wed, Feb 18 2009
  • Re: Reduce data points
     Besides skipcount it is often better to use the spectre strobe feature (although with the wrong value it can produce more data) as you can like a stripchart reader specify a "sample" rate and only those values get saved.   Such as strobeperiod=10n would result in Spectre ensuring that every 10ns that the matrix is solved and ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by jons on Wed, Feb 11 2009
  • Re: matlab interface and PSF data format
     A couple of comments here.    1) PSF supports an ASCII mode which is pretty easy for creative coders to write to and the "psf" executable can converts ascii to binary and back if the ascii performance is not acceptable.   Just take any psf file and run the "psf" executable on it and you will see the ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by jons on Wed, Feb 11 2009
  • Re: How to plot a graph?
     If I understand your request you are trying to plot data that did not come from the simulator but is either hand created or comes from another tool and is in ASCII form.  Both WaveScan & ViVA XL provide the ability to load a "csv" like file and to treat it like a read database using the ".vcsv" extension.  The ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by jons on Wed, Feb 11 2009
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