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Graphing of Probed Result Plots

After using the probe tool to identify results at the desired locations, you can graph the results. You can use this functionality with any plot.

To generate a graph for the probed result plot:

  1. Activate the desired plot.

  2. Use the Probe Result tool to identify results at the desired locations.

The results appear under Results in the Probe Result PropertyManager.

  1. Under Report Options, click Plot or Response :

    • Plot . Generates a 2D graph of the results. Linear variation is assumed between listed values. The graph assumes equal distances between probed locations.

    • Response (available for transient studies only). Generates a 2D graph of the results versus solution steps.

The graph appears.

  1. Close the graph window and close the PropertyManager.

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