In the ACT Machine Toolkit: where are the files that contain the initial setup information as well as the output data?
February 6, 2023 at 2:42 pmFAQParticipant
The input file data can be generated saving the toolkit settings. To do this, select the option: “Save toolkit settings to file”, under “Toolkit Analysis Options”. This file can then be uploaded in the toolkit and re-used or modified. To do this, select the option “Prefill Settings using…” under “Project/Design Selection”. The output data file (for the efficiency map data) is located the *.aedtresults folder. See file “..EffMap.asol”. You can also export the efficiency map points using RMB on top of the Efficiency Map and selecting Export.
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