> On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 6:37 AM, Oli Glaser <
EraseMEoli.glaserspam_OUTTakeThisOuTtalktalk.net>
> wrote:
>
> > If I understand what you are asking for:
> >
> > 1. Run the simulation.
> > 2. Right click the graph and select "add trace".
> > 3. In the box add the V/I of the relevant component - e.g. something like
> > V(n001)/I(C1)
> > 3. Press OK and it should plot in Ohms - to view real and imaginary parts
> > left click on the y axis values (cursor changes to a ruler) and select
> > "cartesian" in the drop down box (default is "bode", or nyquist is the
> > other option)
> >
> > Hope this helps..
> >
>
> I tried all that, everything I could think of, before posting. This is what
> LTSPICE is showing me for the calculated impedance graph (red) and I don't
> really know why. If I punch those numbers (the red graph's equation) into a
> calculator, I get expected values for the capacitor's impedance. But for
> some reason, the graph looks really strange with really odd values in
> LTSPICE. The green and blue graphs look fine though.
>
>