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How to change the y axis in LTspice

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So, I'm trying to plot Vin vs Vout (Vin on the axis and Vout on the y-axis), but I can't figure out how to change the y-axis to represent Vout. I'm using LTspice. Any help will be MUCH appreciated
 

ericgibbs

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hi.
Look at this method,
Place the cursor on Time X label [ a rule symbol should appear, left click] type in place of time V(Vout)

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MikeMl

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So, I'm trying to plot Vin vs Vout (Vin on the axis and Vout on the y-axis), but I can't figure out how to change the y-axis to represent Vout. I'm using LTspice. Any help will be MUCH appreciated
You can do it easily for a dc sweep (not in the time domain). Look at this example:
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The independent variable of the simulation is the Voltage of V1, which sweeps linearly from 0V to 10V, and is the X-Axis in the plot.

I have plotted three dependent variables; the diode voltage V(d), the current through the diode I(D1), and the power dissipated in the resistor (green expression). These are plotted on the Y-Axis.
 
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