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I have been using LTSpice professionally for more than a decade. I'm not saying how much more. I'm interested in knowing more about the odd features that are not so obvious and extending the use of LTSpice through helper programs. Perhaps somebody has developed an application for massaging and displaying the LTSpice data file in other ways. I'd be interested in trying that out, especially if it is an update display that tracks the evolution of a transient simulation as data are created. I could do it myself but generally these days you can find a developer that has already written code for most things that are screaming out to be done. I am a generalist and have been paid as a system architect for research MRI products. Sounds grandiose but it was really a lot like plumbing when you get down to it.