Visualizer and figure windows
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The Visualizer is a tool for displaying and analyzing data. Simulation data from a variety of objects (monitors, parameter sweeps...etc) can be sent to a Visualizer where they can be displayed in variety of plot types(line, xy, xyz, polar, Smith chart etc).
Sending data to visualizer can be done directly from simulation objects in the objects tree. Notice how the red square indicates simulation objects with data that can be accessed and sent to visualizer:
The upper-left portion of the window is the plot area, which displays the current data defined by the settings in the upper-right of the window (plot settings). The following sections describe the many options available for controlling what data will be displayed in the plot area. These sections can be minimized if more area for plotting is required. Data that gets added to the Visualizer is retained until it is removed (i.e., with the "Remove" button or by pressing "X" on the top right corner of the window). This is useful for comparing results across different sets of data.