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When doing nonlinear circuit design, you can setup nonlinear measurements to measure at a probe.  The probe can be moved after simulation to show values at that probe without requiring a new simulation.  

For example, see this simple schematic and the graph measuring the voltage waveform at the M_PROBE with the ID of VP1. 


Then moving the probe in the schematic by clicking and dragging to a new node will update the waveform for the voltage at new node location.  

Finally, if the probe is on the ground, we would expect no voltage. 

 Watch Video

Watch a video that demonstrates this in more detail and a bonus feature of a dynamic probing mode. 

Click this link to watch the video. You must have Flash Player to watch this video. If you do not have Flash Player, it can be downloaded here.