It would be nice to have a plot capability, where I could completely remove the plot traces, but keep the data points and also have control of the data point properties (sizes, etc). The attached plot shows an example of plotting some random variation vs a sweep parameter. It ends up becoming a parallel plot of the data. I find that in certain cases, the traces obscure the important display (variation of data points vs. sweep variable).
To get the obvious out of the way, I could export the data and run different plots in another program (boxplots, parallel, etc...). However, in the interest of time, it would be useful to do this inside the LTSPICE program itself.
Some things I tried.
- Completely removing the traces. Unfortunately, this also removes the data points, leaving a blank plot.
- Looking for a separate data point control in plot settings, control panel, and ltwiki - could not find anything.
- Reducing the size of the traces. This is better, as seen in the attached figure. However, it not only reduces trace widths, but again reduces the data point visibility simultaneously.
Has anyone found a way to do this?