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Since transconductance is defined as ratio of change in output current to change in input voltage you should be able to aquire this from a simulation by applying 2 different voltages to the state and write down the resulting currents. After that you can just take the ratio of the difference between the currents to the ratio of the difference in the voltages you applied.