QckBool - Sample Files

single_layer_union_example.gds

This example illustrates how you would combine all of the overlapping and touching polygons on a single GDSII layer. The operation is unary because we have only one "input" to deal with.

Operation: Unary   Union

Layer=1
gdsii file for union


intersection_example.gds

This example shows how to find the intersection between two separate inputs. In this particular example the two inputs come from the same GDSII file but they could have come from separate GDSII files also.


Operation: Binary   And

Primary Operand
Layer=1

Secondary Operand
Layer=2
gdsii file for intersection


xor_example.gds

The XOR operation is a very common one for comparing two layouts to see the just the differences. If the two layouts are identical the output will be empty. QckBool also has a special function that can be used after XOR to find the differences as they may be extremely small.


Operation: Binary   XOR

Primary Operand
Layer=1

Secondary Operand
Layer=2
gdsii file for xor


pg_reversal_example.gds

You can try this two different ways. First use the extents calculated by the program. (96,441,789,1035). Then add a margin of 100 um to the data window. (46,391,839,1085).

Operation: Unary Image Reversal

Primary Operand
Layer=5
Window=(96,441,789,1035)


Primary Operand
Layer=5
Window=(46,391,839,1085)
pg reversal example


reverse to data extents Image reversal to data extents
reverse with 100 um margin Reversal using a window that gives 100 um margin.




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