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Thanks!

Yeah, I'm gonna explore that route...its also been suggested to export the inertial coordinates of my MapleSim model as a CSV file and feed it into Zemax directly. Then import and crunch the data in Matlab. Its a quick and dirty work around.

Thanks!

Yeah, I'm gonna explore that route...its also been suggested to export the inertial coordinates of my MapleSim model as a CSV file and feed it into Zemax directly. Then import and crunch the data in Matlab. Its a quick and dirty work around.

@Joe Riel 

Hi Joe,

Yeah, I changed it to 10 after the first test run with just the Time Lookup Table.

my bad...I should've replied/updated back to the forum.

Cheers,

Ron.

@Joe Riel 

Hi Joe,

Yeah, I changed it to 10 after the first test run with just the Time Lookup Table.

my bad...I should've replied/updated back to the forum.

Cheers,

Ron.

Awesomeness...thank you Joe! :)

Running my simulations...looking forward to my new results...

I've been running maplescript-based loops up till now (one simulation, update variable, run simulation, etc...).

This is much more straightforward!

Cheers!

Awesomeness...thank you Joe! :)

Running my simulations...looking forward to my new results...

I've been running maplescript-based loops up till now (one simulation, update variable, run simulation, etc...).

This is much more straightforward!

Cheers!

Hi Graham,

Thanks! I'll give that a whirl and see how it goes...

Cheers,

Ron.

Hi Graham,

Thanks! I'll give that a whirl and see how it goes...

Cheers,

Ron.

Thank you so much Acer! I followed your format and did a simple routine via the RLCcircuit.msim file. 

Cheers,

Ron.

 

My test routine:

A:= MapleSim:-LinkModel('filename' = cat(kernelopts('toolboxdir' = MapleSim), kernelopts('dirsep'), "data/examples/RLCcircuit.msim"))

for x from 1 to 10 do

     A:-SetSubstitutions({`Main.'RLC::C'` = x}),

     arrayofresults := A:-Simulate(output = datapoint, returnTimeData = true)

     ExportMatrix(cat("matlabresults_", convert(x, string), ".xls"), Matrix(arrayofresults))

end do

Thank you so much Acer! I followed your format and did a simple routine via the RLCcircuit.msim file. 

Cheers,

Ron.

 

My test routine:

A:= MapleSim:-LinkModel('filename' = cat(kernelopts('toolboxdir' = MapleSim), kernelopts('dirsep'), "data/examples/RLCcircuit.msim"))

for x from 1 to 10 do

     A:-SetSubstitutions({`Main.'RLC::C'` = x}),

     arrayofresults := A:-Simulate(output = datapoint, returnTimeData = true)

     ExportMatrix(cat("matlabresults_", convert(x, string), ".xls"), Matrix(arrayofresults))

end do

Hi Acer,

Thank you so much for your feedback. I will give that a try.

Cheers.

Hi Acer,

Thank you so much for your feedback. I will give that a try.

Cheers.

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