This option of the Function Plot feature allows evaluating the function in points with a combination of inputs defined in a file. Results are stored immediately as comma-separated values into the project folder, so they can be opened in any text editor or used for further analysis in the software of free choice.
Fig. 1: Function plot – Load input file for interpolation
At first, there is necessary to select the file with input data. These are expected to be in the same format as those in the XDis.txt file – each column represents one input variable, each row is for one sample to be evaluated. Since input variable names are known from the *.json file of uncertainty propagation results, these are used in the output file to create a header. This proved itself helpful for orientation in such files, where function input and output data are stored together. Example of a spreadsheet with results can be seen in Fig. 2, function values are listed in the first column of the file.
Fig. 2: Function plot – Result file
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