export csv to file SOLVED

Sorry of there is an answer, I tried searching.

Is there a way to export the CSV for a transient analysis other than copy/paste, ie export to a local file?

The copy/paste is impractical for larger data sets.

by msmith2119
May 20, 2015

Run a simulation then look at the top right edge of the plot window.

Export plot CSV

There it is!

See also:



by signality
May 20, 2015

Thanks for the info. I have used Export Plot to CSV, but I still don't see a way to save to a local file rather than the paste buffer. I need csv files for transfer to other software rather than images. In some cases, my data set is large making copying/pasting problematic.

by msmith2119
May 20, 2015

I have the same issue - browser crashes when I click the box where the csv data is displayed after clicking "Export Plot CSV", let alone trying to CTRL+A it.

I even left the browser for a good 5 minutes hoping it would come back but to no avail.

Please offer a solution.

by rjdunwoody91
May 13, 2019

The only solution I see is for the company to add a 'save-to-file' feature in order to bypass using the paste buffer.

by msmith2119
May 18, 2019

@rjdunwoody91 @msmith2119 This is now fixed in the latest version of CircuitLab. If the browser supports it, "Export Plot CSV" now simply downloads a CSV file to your Downloads folder immediately, bypassing the need to copy and paste. Thanks for the great suggestion!

by mrobbins
June 23, 2019


by rjdunwoody91
June 23, 2019

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