My system: Cadence IC615
Sometimes when I do a DC sweep, I need to rearrange the X and Y axis.
For example, in a voltage DC sweep, I got two signals shown on the viva. Var1 vs voltage, and Var2 vs voltage. In these two graphs, both have voltage as X axis. But if I want to see hwo Var2 varies with regarding Var1, meaning Var1 is my X axis and Var2 is my Y axi,. is it possible to do this in viva? I know I can export the raw data to Excel and draw from there. But if viva can do it then it will save some processing time.
I very very quickly took a look at your question.... Is this what you are looking for?
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Virtuoso Visualization and Analysis XL User Guide -- Using the Results Browser - Plotting Y vs Y for 2 signals
Sr. Staff Support AE, Global Customer Support
Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
In reply to Tawna:
Actually that solution isn't quite right for the Qt graph version of ViVA introduced in IC615; it's valid for IC614 and before (including IC5141). In IC615, you can plot the two waveforms, and then with the mouse over the x-axis, do Right Mouse-> Y vs Y.
The second document shows how to use the Y vs Y button in the results browser as an alternative way of plotting it from the results browser.
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
I got it. It works beautifully. Thanks for all your help!
Oops...you are absolutely right. Thanks, Andrew!