CSV Voltage Souce

What does CSV stand for?

by flux195
April 27, 2022

It is a voltage source defined through a "CSV" file, one pair (time, voltage) per line. CSV Voltage Source - documentation and example

Edit (right click) the CSV Voltage Source symbol, in the examples, to get the "csv" data.

by vanderghast
April 27, 2022

Note that if you have an algebraic formulation of the voltage, through time, T, you can try the technics described in Lesson 12

by vanderghast
April 27, 2022

Thank you, I'm learning how to use it now. I was also curious about what words are represented by the letters C, S and V. I like to know what words acronyms stand for to give me more background information.

by flux195
April 28, 2022

CSV stands for Coma Separated Values, at least, for data transmitted between computers.

by vanderghast
April 28, 2022

Thanks very much.

by flux195
April 28, 2022
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