Getting Started with Octave Scripts¶
Qucs can also be used to develop Octave scripts (see http://www.octave.org). This document should give you a short description on how to do this.
If the user creates a new text document and saves it with the Octave extension, e.g. ‘name.m’ then the file will be listed at the Octave files of the active project. The script can be executed with F2 key or by pressing the simulate button in the toolbar. The output can bee seen in the Octave window that opens automatically (per default on the right-hand side). At the bottom of the Octave window there is a command line where the user can enter single commands. It has a history function that can be used with the cursor up/down keys.
There are two Octave functions that load Qucs simulation results from a dataset file: loadQucsVariable() and loadQucsDataset(). Please use the help function in the Octave command line to learn more about them (i.e. type help loadQucsVariable and help loadQucsDataset).
Octave can also be used for automatic postprocessing of a Qucs simulation result. This is done by editing the data display file of a schematic (Document Settings... in File menu). If the filename of an Octave script (filename extension m) from the same project is entered, this script will be executed after the simulation is finished.