This is still not the plot we want, because (a) there’s no Z-axis title, (b) the Y-axis label needs modification, and (c) we would like to set the X-axis scale to nanoseconds. These changes require opening the WinPLOT editor by clicking the View Editor button and making command line changes.
The command line changes require some experience with WinPLOT, the plotting tool used by the blockmode engine of OptSim, OptSim Circuit and ModeSYS™. Chapter 2 of the WinPLOT manual provides an overview of the commands, and Chapter 3 describes them in detail.
For our purposes, we need to use the following commands:
/zl"Z/Z_0" adds the Z-axis title. The underscore in Z_0 will make "0" appear as a subscript to Z, as in Z0.
/yl"Magnitude (au)" modifies the Y-axis title.
/sx1e9 scales the X-axis so that the time scale is in nanoseconds.
/xl"Time (ns)" applies a new label to the X-axis.
With these changes, the WinPLOT window looks like the following figure: