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hi, i have some problems in using the wavescan, hope somebody can clarify for me.
i know how to set the axis attribute, as shown in the following
wave3=getAsciiWave("temp1" 1 2) drGetWaveformXVec(wave3)~>units="V" drGetWaveformXVec(wave3)~>name="Vds" drGetWaveformYVec(wave3)~>units="A"
my problem is, i have more than one data in the wavewindow,
it's not only wave3, but wave4 and wave5 , etc. i cant set the axis attribute with the code shown above, can anyone tell me how can i settle this?
You should be able to just do this:
foreach(wave list(wave3 wave4 wave5)
) ; foreach
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
hi Andrew, thanks for your reply! :) it's worked :):)
In reply to leongec:
I'm slightly confused, because I got another email from you (appears to be from the forum) saying that this didn't work:
hi Andrew, thanks for your reply, but i cant do that by this method. The following is my code. Initially i get the data by using getAsciiWave, then i plot it in the Window and followed by the foreach to set the axis. After i execute my code.. the axis doesnt show... i have no ideal what 's wrong with it..
wave1=getAsciiWave("value1.txt" 1 2)
wave2=getAsciiWave("value2.txt" 1 2)
wave3=getAsciiWave("alue3.txt" 1 2)
wave4=getAsciiWave("value4.txt" 1 2)
wave5=getAsciiWave("value5.txt" 1 2)
foreach(wave list(wave1 wave2 wave3 wave4 wave5)
drGetWaveformYVec(wave)~>units="A" ) ; foreach
That's because you need to change the attributes on the wave objects before you plot them. Probably easiest to remove calls to plot() after each getAsciiWave, and then add a call plot(wave) within the foreach loop.