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Is there any function which allows me to plot two curves - one from an excel file, and the other from a simulation run onto the same graph for comparison/analysis?

Thanks in advance!

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HyperGraph (or the graphing portion of HyperView) can do all of the curve overlay functions. From Excel, you will need to export the curve in CSV or TXT format, but your simulation results data can probably be read directly from the solver results file.

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ETG is absolutely right. Use "Build Plots" panel in HyperGraph (HG).

The Build Plots panel constructs multiple curves and plots taht can be overlaid in a single window or each curve can be assigned to a new window.

Following plot data files are supported.

ADAMS REQ and matrix files

Abaqus mass from DAT files

DADS graph files

GENESIS history files

Altair HyperForm DAT files

Altair HyperMesh RES files

Altair MotionSolve files

Altair MotionView shock output files

Altair OptiStruct files

Log files

Mass, volume, and frequencies from out files

LS-DYNA general time history files

LS-DYNA time history files:

• ABSTAT

• BNDOUT

• DBFSI

• DEFGEO

• Mass from D3HSP

• ELOUT

• GCEOUT

• GLSTAT

• JNTFORC

• MATSUM

• NODFOR

• NODOUT

• RBDOUT

• RCFORC

• RWFORC

• SBTOUT

• SECFORC

• SLEOUT

• SMDYN6

• SPCFORC

• SPHOUT

• SWFORC

• TRHIS

MADYMO time history files

MADYMO TQ3

NASTRAN:

• Mass and frequencies from f06 file

• Complex results from SOL 108 and 111

‚àí Displacement

‚àí Velocity

‚àí Acceleration

‚àí PSD (displacement, velocity, acceleration)

‚àí SPC force

‚àí Element force (CELAS, CDAMP, CBUSH)

• HyperView results from OP2 files

PAMCRASH time history files

RADIOSS T01 time history files

WINGZ DIF files

General

Excel (.csv)

Multicolumn ASCII

XYDATA files

User-defined import templates and external readers to directly read any file format

Tab delimited files

In addition to the standard set of import templates, an open interface for creating custom import filters is provided. Using import language and external readers, you can write import templates for most any ASCII data file not directly supported in the program.

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