MAC SPICE, not for beginners!

Quboid

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Hey, guys. I've been looking for a Electronic circuit simulator for osx for teh past couple of days and my efforts have been nothing but futile. I got MacSpice, which is surpose to be the "best" , but the commandd line interface is pretty difficult. Any suggestions?
Thanks
 

relimw

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The last time I went looking for spice (~year or 2 ago), all I found was the command line versions. As I recall I ended up using the version carried by fink, no gui.
 

relimw

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After a bit of searching, I came across the Gnu EDA pages, and they have a gui frontend for their spice, here is gspiceui. I would imagine that you'll need to have X11 on your system to use it, sorry, it doesn't appear to have a native version.
 

MisterMe

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Quboid said:
Hey, guys. I've been looking for a Electronic circuit simulator for osx for teh past couple of days and my efforts have been nothing but futile. I got MacSpice, which is surpose to be the "best" , but the commandd line interface is pretty difficult. Any suggestions?
Thanks
You might also try one of Capilano Computing's electronic circuit schematic apps.
 
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