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Old February 13th, 2020, 09:14 PM   #1

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Add on Instructions - Studio5000

hi all,

can you guys please explain the why we use AOIs? My understanding is that they can be used like templates, so we create them once, and keep reusing them as required. But what are the things we need to keep in mind? Like which parametres?

What is the role of parametres and tags in AOIs? How do we use one AOI for different inputs and outputs, where the logic stays same?
If someone can give a simple example too, that will be most helpful.

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