For displaying and analyzing output of simulation graphically in a separate window.
gplot mode points gplot mode points parameters
Currently you can plot the stored probe data by choosing corresponding mode and points.
You can customize the plot by setting proper options or by providing appropriate parameters.
The 'gplot' commands display the selected points on separate window unlike the previous “plot” command which shows plot on same terminal. 'Store' command in combination of 'gplot' command is used for plotting. To plot the output follow three simple steps:
1. store the probe by using 'store' command (preferably store mode v(*) or whatever way you like). 2. Run simulation. 3. Use 'gplot' command with current simulation mode and points.
If window corresponding to given title (by default title=simulation mode) already exist click on that window tab to get the waveform. If you uses entirely new title then click on “new” button present in toolbar to get the waveform.
Use optional parameters along with 'gplot' to customize your plot. Provide title to the window by using option “title” with 'gplot'.
gplot tran v(1) v(2) [title="xyz" ... ]
Similarly you can provide label for axes, range of axes(to do), type and number of grids, grid step size(to do), and save output waveform as png file by providing otuput file name.
To modify existing window use the same title with desired points and parameters.
If you wants to zoom in or zoom out, select the zoom button from toolbar and click on the point around which you wants to zoom. You can also reset the view to original one by using “Reset” button.
store tran v(*) tran start stop step gplot tran v(vin) v(6)
gplot tran v(vin) v(6) [title=example labelx=time labely=volt ngrid=10 saveplot=tran_example ]
1.Basic plot plugin: Use data stored in wave object and plot it out graphically.
Title Axes labels Number of grids Saveplot as png file Linear and logarithmic grid X-axis limit Zoom functionality
1.Improving logarithmic plot
2.Appending new features in feature list.
Y-axis limit Grid step size Polar grid Smith grid
3.Wave processing: By using command from terminal user will be able to do simple maths on waveform.
e.g gplot dc v(1)+v(2)... gplot dc 2*v(1)-.7/2.1k
4.Implementation of menu bar.
5.Implementing functionality of command shell of displayer.
6.Running displayer as a standalone program.