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help on expressing results of monte carlo simulation

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sunjiao3

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Dear all,
I run with hspice a monte carlo simulation (sweep 60 times). Then I got 60 datas. Then, I encounter a big problem. How to express these results experssingly? In my opinion, a histogram is much more convincing than a graph sported with 60 points. To illustrate these reuslts with data is more clearly than with the density of spots.
So, I got these 60 datas. Does any one of you please give me some suggestions on the tool or the method in dealing with these datas to bulid a histogram. I would like to make a step like 0.005mv to divide the X axis and use the number of spots falling into this division, like -1.075mv to -1.07mv to make a sigle pillar. Then, many pillars will form my histogram.

But, what tool is more suitable to do this work ? And how to do it? I've tried excel, origin, Avanwaves, and spice explorer, but don't know which tool to choose. :cry:Would any one of you share your experience with me please?

Thank you in advance.
 

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All tools you refer you could do histogram plots. The single bin of a histogram should contain enough data point to actual show a distribution. So use bin sizes large enough to show >5 data points.
 
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