I have two slightly different models and want to compare results in the exact same location. How can I control the placement of Probes for a direct comparison?
April 5, 2023 at 2:32 pmFAQParticipant
There are two kinds of Probes, one type is placed interactively on contour plots using the “Probe” tool, the other type is created through right-clicking in the Results part of the Outline tree and selecting Insert -> Probe. Regarding the former we can not directly control their specific placement in detail. Therefore it is difficult with these type of probes to get the exact same point in two different models. However with the latter can set the “Location Method” to “Coordinate System”, and as “Location” select a coordinate system, that we have previously defined at the location of interest. Using probes with the same coordinate system created in different models we can then compare the results in the same location.
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