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  1. Hi all, The ProMan simulation that am currently working on has close to 30 antennas. It feels tedious and frustrating to do 'Edit--> Combine data --> Max value' manually for each antenna every time I run the simulation. Please help me find out if there is a way where all antennas heat maps can be loaded at one go. Thanks Have a great day Balaji
  2. Hi all, Please advise if there is a way in which I can obtain difference heat maps for more than 1 antenna in the prediction rectangle. for Example, firstly load 4 antennas into the prediction rectangle using Edit --> Combine data --> Max value. Then, subtract this combined heat map with another combined heat map with 4 antennas which were already loaded using Edit --> Subtract --> Value (File, Linear) . So Its basically 4 antennas - 4 antennas. Is it possible in ProMan. Please advise Thanks Have a great day Balaji
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