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Thanks. I know you can go one way, using PSpice inside MATLAB. But the MATLAB modelling has already been done. And we want to look at the current and voltage waveforms around the circuit in order to optimize component values. I’m not really familiar with the intricacies of the software statements of MATLAB. But maybe it’s possible to translate from one to another, perhaps adding a resistor here or a capacitor here, or a voltage controlled switch there to get from MATLAB to PSpice.