Getting the results of two simulation campaign in the same graph

Asked by Rahamatullah on 2009-04-27

Dear all,
In some cases, usually for comparison purposes, it is necessary to draw two or more graphs in one graph. For example, in my case, I want to compare the throughput of DCF and HCCA showing in the same graph. Running two different simulation campaigns, one for DCF and one for HCCA, I got two different graphs. My question is, does Wrowser provide the functionality to draw results from two or more simulation campaigns in one graph? If not, how can this be realized? Manually or is there any other way to do that? Any suggestion?

Another question is regarding the numbers shown in the y axis. Using Wrowser, I got different highest numbers shown in the y axis which is a bit confusing to the observers and quite difficult to catch by others. For comparison purposes, I need the same number shown in as the highest number. For example, I want to show the delay of DCF and HCCA using different graphs. The highest number shown in the y axis of DCF is 9 s and the highest number shown in the y axis of HCCA is 8 s. But, I want to keep the same number, in this case, for example, 9 should be the highest number of both graphs so that anyone can easily catch the comparison. Is it possible to configure this in Wrowser?

Thanks in advance.

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2009-04-27
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2009-04-29

Unfortunately the wrowser is not able to draw results form two simulation campaigns into a single diagram. But there is a workaround that may meet your needs. Why not create a single campaign for both configurations. Then you can easily choose the DCF or HCCA configuration or both in the wrowser and you can compare the results.

Regarding you second question, if you do it the way I proposed, the wrowser will choose the axis scaling that fits both graphs best.

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