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Old   May 2, 2019, 05:17
Default Easy way of finding setup differences between simulations? XML-extraction possible?
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When you get substantial different results from two very equal simulations, is there an easy way of finding eventual differences in the settings? Like running diff's on extracted xmls on Winmerge.
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When you get substantial different results from two very equal simulations, is there an easy way of finding eventual differences in the settings? Like running diff's on extracted xmls on Winmerge.
There is a very simple and effective method: Open both simulations and then "File -> Compare with ->"
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Jeeeezzzzzuss! I wish I knew a year ago!!!! Thanks!!!!!!
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