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Comparing multiple graphs in CST-MWS

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Hi all,
I have two simulations in CST-MWS and I want to compare the S11 on the same graph but they reside in different project directories. How can I import the other soultion to the current project and view the results on the same scale ?

PS : I have done with Matlab but MWS display is cleaner and I want to use that.


Thanks for your time.

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Do you have the license to have two instances of MWS open at once? If so, just add a new folder in the tree menu, right click add new folder. Then use good old copy and paste.

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Hi,

you do not even need two instances of MWS. The graph is stored in the Windows clip board.

Select the graph you would like to copy in the naviagtion tree -> right mouse click -> copy

Open second project -> righ mouse click in the naviagtion tree 1D Results -> New Tree Folder

-> Right mouse cklick on the new Folder -> paste
-> Select send graph -> right mouse click -> copy
-> right mouse click -> paste

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You can use the macro "Compare Multiple Runs" from menu Macro -> Wizards...

Put your project-folders to another folder and the wizard will identify *.mod files in all subdirectories... You can use it for comparing more than 2 projects :)

This macro comes in very handy ;)
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