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I am ploting my data from an array in a for loop:
for ( i 0 2
This is okay, but is there a way to also inlude the waveform names in an array so they get displayed instead of the default name? Maybe there is a better way to do this? I would appreciate any suggestions.
One of my colleagues wrote the following, which may not work due to a bug, depending on the version, in which case, the second version should provide a solution instead:
waves=foreach(mapcar net nets v(net))
apply('plot append(waves list(?expr nets)))
) ; let
) ; CCSPlotNets
plot(v(net) ?expr list(net))
) ; foreach
) ; let
) ; CCSPlotNets2
Hope it helps! Lawrence.
In reply to skillUser:
I would like to plot graph in a for loop like
for (corno 1 10
aa=sprintf(nil "%d" corno)
cc=strcat("sci" aa "-tran")
plot(getData("d1" ?result cc))
This plot doesnt work, but it works if I write:
plot(getData("d1" ?result "sci01-tran"))
Does anyone have suggestion how to run plot with variable in the loop?
In reply to jerry124:
In your example you try to plot "cc" but I don't see it defined; the line above uses "bb", try that, it looks like it should work...
By the way - please do not append to a really old thread (please read the Guidelines), it is more sensible to start a new thread.
thank you for quick reply. Yes
there is typing mistake. it should be “cc” instead of “bb” (I edit in post above), but this doesn’t work:
ERROR (WIA-1006): Unable to plot
expression <getData("d1" ?result cc)>
because it does not evaluate to an
object that can be plotted, like a waveform or
parametric wave. See the
Visualization & Analysis Tool documentation for information
about the types of objects that can
be plotted in Visualization & Analysis Tool. Only
the expressions that evaluate to
those objects can be plotted.
Have you tried building this expression in the CIW and testing it? Doing this step by step in the CIW may reveal an issue in either the result name, or what getData() returns etc.
Start a new thread for further discussion on this issue, include the version that you are using.
What does results() and results(?noAlias t) return?
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
I start new tread for this discussion: