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Julie Polyakh April 23, 2004 02:37

Plotting a register data
 
Hi,

How do I plot calculated scalar data from register 6, for example?

Regards,

Julie

alex April 23, 2004 04:28

Re: Plotting a register data
 
In short, you can't: you have to move it to register 4 first (or registers 1,2 and 3 if it is vector data).

You can move data around from one register to another by using the "oper" command. e.g. oper copy 6 4 will copy the information in register 6 to 4. Data in 4 can then be plotted as a contour.

You can access the GUI version of this command by going to "Lists > Post Registers ... > Operate ..."

Julie Polyakh April 23, 2004 08:27

Re: Plotting a register data
 
Ok. And how do I plot it from the register 4?

Julie

yacine April 23, 2004 09:35

Re: Plotting a register data
 
just go to post-processing file/ creat plot and plot it to screen or to a file !

Julie Polyakh April 23, 2004 10:01

Re: Plotting a register data
 
But I have to get a data first! How do I load the data from the register 4?

Julie

carno April 26, 2004 09:14

Re: Plotting a register data
 
post processing will automatically (or only) plot from reg 4. Just copy the data to reg 4 which u want to plot and go to create plots in user guide and plot.


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