Tips & Tricks
To record and display a relation between various calculation results, it is possible to use the calculation diagrams. You can create and display them using the “Calculation Parameters” dialog box available under “Calculation” → “Calculation Parameters”.
You can create a diagram as follows:
1. Create a new diagram.
2. Select a load case or combination for which the diagram is to be displayed.
3. Set the result type for the vertical and horizontal axis.
Once the calculation has finished and results are available, the diagrams are displayed. In some situations, you can activate the function of incrementally increasing loading when creating calculation diagrams. For more information, read this article.
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