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Results Graph Does Does Not Show

Hi all,

 

I am having trouble getting my results plots to show. I select my points as shown in the image below. The stress levels are to be plotted over x-position. I click okay and get the dialog box asking me whether I want to plot in a selected viewport or a new window. I have tried both and every time I try, the viewport goes blank (still showing the little CSYS at bottom left) or the new window pops up for a moment, empty, and then disappears. What gives? How do I show my plots?

 

ResultsDoNotShow.png

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Alex

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Re: Results Graph Does Does Not Show

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I can't find any reason why the graph wouldn't be created from the settings you've defined in the dialog. I hate to say this, but it could be a hardware/graphics card related issue. That is, I don't see any user error in your description. Sorry I can't be of more help, but perhaps someone from GTAC can troubleshoot it better with you.

 

Regards,

Mark

Re: Results Graph Does Does Not Show

Phenom
Phenom

Hi Alex,

first of all, Happy new year!!!

 

Did you get a new Graph in Object tree of Post processing navigator?

(Example from my last model)

2019-01-02_103640.png

 

Does it have the correct information inside? (List ...)

 

If you can see it there, you can try to use Excel to visualize it.

 

 

Best wishes, Michael

 

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Re: Results Graph Does Does Not Show

Thank you both,

 

@MarkLamping

Perhaps this is what it is afterall.

 

@MiDi1791

The data is there under list and I have been using Excel to visualize Smiley Wink

 

Cheers and happy new year,

 

Alex