Altium NEXUS Documentation


Created: March 11, 2022 | Updated: March 11, 2022
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Parent page: SimView Commands

The following pre-packaged resource, derived from this base command, is available:

Applied Parameters: None


This command is used to export the active waveform in comma separated value (.csv) format.


This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by choosing the File » Export » Waveform command from the main menus.


First, ensure that the waveform that you want to export is selected. This is achieved by clicking on the waveform name (a selected waveform will become bolder in color and have a dot to the left of its name).

After launching the command, the Export Data dialog will open in which you can specify the data (Real or Complex) to export and the delimiter used (by default, Comma). After clicking OK, a File Explorer dialog opens in which you can choose where and under what name to save the exported waveform file. By default, the file takes the name of the waveform itself (<WaveformName>.csv).


  • When a waveform is selected, filtering is applied using the name of the waveform as the scope. All other waveforms in the active chart with different names will be masked (becoming dim). The extent of the masking (how dim the non-selected waveforms become) can be controlled through the use of the Mask Level slider bar accessed by clicking the Mask Level button located at the bottom-right of the Waveform Analysis window. If more than one waveform of the same name exists in the active chart, the non-selected instances will remain fully visible.
  • The waveform is stored as a set of data points with each point represented by an XY value pair (where the X-axis value is the time and the Y-axis value is the value of the signal).


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