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Old   May 6, 2013, 13:00
Default How to probes a line instead of a point when running?
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Hi All,

I would like to monitor variables on discrete points in a line, how can I do it conveniently? I know that I can probe many points in the line, is there any better solution? Many thanks!

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why don't you use probes for that?how many are your points?
I would like to plot a "2D contour" graphs with x axis=time, y axis=channel height, and U as the contour variables. By doing this, I can find the U variation at all time and all channel height. I prefer 50+ points on the lines to produce smooth contour graphs, so ....

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