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go to Axis -> Y vs Y  
 
go to Axis -> Y vs Y  
choose the first trace
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choose the first trace, press ok.
  
 
go again to Axis -> Y vs Y
 
go again to Axis -> Y vs Y
choose the second trace
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choose the second trace, press ok.
  
 
Put both results in the same plot, and you are finished.
 
Put both results in the same plot, and you are finished.

Revision as of 19:10, 6 May 2016

To create a butterfly curve, for example for characterizing SRAM read and hold margins, simulate a single DC sweep (one source, one sweep) on a input. Plot both the input (shows up as a straight line for a linear DC sweep) and the output (shows up as the DC response of your circuit).

Have both plots in the same subwindows.

go to Axis -> Y vs Y choose the first trace, press ok.

go again to Axis -> Y vs Y choose the second trace, press ok.

Put both results in the same plot, and you are finished.