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Types of Measure Results Graphs
Measure graphs provide different information depending on the type of design study:
Standard (except dynamic analyses)
Shows the measure's value after each p-loop pass. Use this graph to see how well the analysis converged.
You can create this graph only if the analysis uses the multi-pass adaptive convergence method. The horizontal axis shows P-Pass.
* Creo Simulate uses absolute values to graph a convergence quantity. Use the Info > Status command on the Analyses and Design Studies dialog box to check the summary file for the actual value of a convergence quantity at each P-loop pass.
Standard (dynamic analyses only)
Shows the measure's value at each step of a dynamic time, frequency, or random analysis. You can graph this if you select At Each Step for the analysis.
The horizontal axis shows time or frequency.
Shows the measure's value at each step of the optimization. The horizontal axis shows Optimization Pass.
Local or Global Sensitivity
Shows the measure's value as a design variable changes. The design variable is shown on the horizontal axis.
Measure versus measure graph
For all the above types of analyses and studies you can also plot a graph of one predefined or user defined measure against another predefined or user defined measure.