When you use amplxe-cl to analyze a binaryfile you do not create a project directory or file. It seems all you do is create dirictories like r000hs. How does one use this like one can use a *proj file?
But where is the project file?
What if you want to go back and use that output in another way?
There is no project file created by or used by the command line. If you want to save some options and rerun the same (or similar) analysis, create a simple shell script.
You can use the -report option to view the data (use '-help report' to get a list of reports). Use the -result-dir option to specify a result directory (by default it will use the one with the highest number, regardless of any suffix, like 'hs').
The results can be viewed in the GUI, either with File->Open->Result, or specify the marker file (in the result directory) on the command line (eg 'amplxe-gui r000hs/r000hs.amplxe')