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CreatePlotFeatureData Method (ICosmosMotionStudyResults)

Creates a plot's feature data.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function CreatePlotFeatureData() As System.Object
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICosmosMotionStudyResults
Dim value As System.Object
value = instance.CreatePlotFeatureData()
System.object CreatePlotFeatureData()
System.Object^ CreatePlotFeatureData(); 

Return Value

Plot's feature data



Typical steps for creating a motion study's plot data and plot:

  1. Open an assembly model and create the motion study.
  2. Select the model's entities whose motion you want to measure.
  3. Perform the calculations and get the results.
  4. Create a plot feature data.
  5. Create the plot's x-axis and y-axis feature data objects.
  6. Set the type of plot.
  7. Select the result component.
  8. Set the entities for the x-axis and y-axis feature data objects.
  9. Get the plot's x-axis and y-axis values and insert and display the plot.

Examine the examples to see the calls for these steps.


See Also


SOLIDWORKS 2011 FCS, Revision Number 19.0

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