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Hi all,

I was wondering if hypergraph creates a command file for every thing you do in the gui environment similar to hm or animator 4 and use those same commands there to create a script to export curves and pictures. becaus most of my post processing are repetitive and i was wondering how to do it. o if any one can help me create a tcl script to automate the xport process of all cures in hypergraph pages into name.dat..would be much appreciated..

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HyperGraph and HyperView don't create command files like HyperMesh does. Instead they create a "session" file (.mvw) that stores all the current plots and graph information. You can also save this in a report template form (.tpl) that you can apply to subsequent runs to generate similar results plots.

The file, export curves function can be used to export all of the curve data from your session into a file.

Eric

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Hi all,

I was wondering if hypergraph creates a command file for every thing you do in the gui environment similar to hm or animator 4 and use those same commands there to create a script to export curves and pictures. becaus most of my post processing are repetitive and i was wondering how to do it. o if any one can help me create a tcl script to automate the xport process of all cures in hypergraph pages into name.dat..would be much appreciated..

Yes I was wondering the same thing. According to Eric the only thing you can do is store a "template", which is strange considering that post processing of data like this is one of the most common tasks where you want to set up a command file macro to repeat specific actions. That's what I need to do in many cases.

Trying the "report templates" you may find them to be cumbersome, sure not as effective as running a simple command line script to replicate curve creation, or the application of plot parameters.

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