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From: John Devereux
Subject: Re: Problems with Electronics Workbench - timestep errors
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 21:11:24 +0100
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"Kevin Aylward" wrote:
>I suppose though that I am not really targeting newbies in
>*electronics*, but rather the newbies and experienced users in *spice*
>itself. SuperSpice is *not* designed as a *teaching* tool for
>electronics. Its designed for someone who already really knows the
>*basics* of *electronics*, but may or may not be that familiar with
>simulation. If you understand the basics of electronics then SS should
>be simple to use.
I think that it might be useful to include a short
"principles of spice" description for these people. A lot of
the problem for newbies is the nomenclature that you take
for granted. It is *not* initially obvious in what way
Transient analysis differs from AC etc., even if you know
what a frequency response is. It takes a while to absorb the
Perhaps just some helpful explanatory tooltips on the
buttons would do.
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