DESCRIPTIONUtility program bundled with xmds, used to generate scripts that load simulation output data into either matlab (http://www.mathworks.com) or scilab (http://www.scilab.org), which are then used to manipulate the results further if necessary and then to present the results graphically.
To generate a matlab m-file, from the xsil file data_file.xsil use the command:
bash$ xsil2graphics data_file.xsil
bash$ xsil2graphics --matlab data_file.xsil
Then at the matlab command prompt:
To generate a scilab script file, from the xsil file data_file.xsil use the command:
bash$ xsil2graphics --scilab data_file.xsil
Then at the scilab command prompt:
OPTIONS-m, --matlab generate matlab m-file script to load data from the xsil data file (the default option)
-s, -scilab generate scilab script file to load data from the xsil data file
-o, --outfile <out_file> specify an alternative output script filename to the default which is the input xsil filename with the .xsil extension changed to either .m for the matlab m-file or .sci for the scilab script file
EXAMPLESbash$ xsil2graphics nlse.xsil
Generates the output nlse.m to load the data into matlab
bash$ xsil2graphics -m nlse.xsil
Also generates the output nlse.m but explicitly sets matlab to be the output format
bash$ xsil2graphics --scilab nlse.xsil
Generates the output nlse.sci to load the data into scilab
bash$ xsil2graphics --outfile nlse_new.m nlse.xsil
Generates the output nlse_new.m to load the data into matlab
AUTHORSOriginally written by Greg Collecutt
Maintained by Paul Cochrane with code contributed by Joe Hope
COPYRIGHTCopyright (C) 2000-2004
Code contributed by Greg Collecutt, Joseph Hope and Paul Cochrane
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