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 oscillator simulations using Monte Carlo 

Last post Fri, Apr 13 2012 1:03 AM by Andrew Beckett. 2 replies.
Started by kristen 10 Mar 2011 09:36 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 2115 views
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  • Thu, Mar 10 2011 9:36 AM

    • kristen
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    oscillator simulations using Monte Carlo Reply
    I'm trying to find how much the oscillating frequency varies using Monte Carlo. I am using the dft command to find the spectrum, but the spectrum isn't plotted for every variation in the monte carlo simulation.

    I am interested in doing a Monte carlo (or simple parameter sweep(+) and then extracting the oscillation frequency and max amplitude from the spectrum, is there any way i can do this? for the parameter sweep i can manually look at all the plots but the spectrum doesn't even plot for monte carlo.

    [edit] resolved using the 'freq' command with the 'value' command. thanks.
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  • Thu, Apr 12 2012 11:49 PM

    • rohan kr
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    Re: oscillator simulations using Monte Carlo Reply
    I am having the same problem...Can anyone hellppp...
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  • Fri, Apr 13 2012 1:03 AM

    Re: oscillator simulations using Monte Carlo Reply

    If it's the same problem, the answer is in the original post (the poster edited it to give the solution).

    The original question is a little imprecise - as stated in the forum guidelines (topmost post in the list of topics), you really should give sufficient details for somebody to be able to understand the problem, state the analyses you're using, state the versions of the software you're using, and generally start a new thread for a new question (you can always reference an old post).

    Andrew

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