You should be able to use the ocnPrint() command to output tabulated results to a file - look at the Finder (startFinde() in the CIW, or "cdsFinder" at the Unix prompt) for short help, and cdnshelp (or CDSdoc, if using an older release) for the full documentation. The ocnPrint command can accept a filename which it will write to, and for the input, it could be the named waveform, or perhaps the result of a calculation. You might need to look at ocnYvsYplot() also?
Hope this helps!
From the results browser you can select the signals in Wavescan and do File->Save Signal. Then you can choose the output to be in CSV, VCSV (additional info added for ViVA's purpose), Matlab, or spectre input format. Alternatively you can send the data to a table and then do File->Save as CSV from the table.
If you've already plotted the traces and have the waveform window, you can select the traces you want (or do Trace->Select All), and then do Trace->Save and save as CSV, VCSV, Matlab etc.
Thanks guys. I selected all traces and saved as csv.
I have multiple trace plotted in Wavescan ( the trace are from multiple simulation run of the sam eschematic and appended on the same wavescan window) . I selected all and then save in spectre.in format.
When I reload it into nothing came on wave-scan.
When I saved all trace in VCSV format and reloaded I got only the last trace in the wave scan.
Could you please tell what is the issue and how it can be solved.
I don't think re-loading from spectre input format is supported (it's intended to be used as a PWL file for spectre). However, VCSV should work fine - I've tried with both wavescan (from IC5141, 22.214.171.1240.6.151) and also with ViVA (from IC615, 126.96.36.1990.14), and it works fine in both cases.
So please explain which version you're using (Help->About will tell you), and precisely what steps you're doing.