## Performing a Little Housekeeping for Origin’s LaTeX App

Introduction Origin’s LaTeX App is a great way to add equations to graphs. As I detailed in Origin LaTeX App: Under the Hood, the App utilizes MiKTeX as the typesetting engine involved in generating equations that are placed on graphs. … Continued

## Setting Default Color Scheme in Origin

The above graph uses Origin’s default color scheme: Due to personal preferences and publishing standards, you may often find yourself switching between Origin’s default colors and another color scheme of your own. You can customize the plot colors and save graph … Continued

## Quick Way to Remove Sparklines in Origin

Sparkline is a nice feature in Origin to quickly view the shape or distribution of the data across many columns without having to create graph windows. Each sparkline object is in fact an embedded graph so it can make your opj … Continued

## Plot Jitter Chart with Mean and SE Bar in Origin

Jitter chart, called column scatter in Origin, is a variation of vertical scatter plot which is often used to display individual data points.This blog will show how to customize a jitter chart to show data points with mean line and SE error bars … Continued

## Creating Histogram with Varying Bin Width

In Origin, histogram is plotted with equal bin width. But sometimes user wants to plot histogram with varying bin width to better illustrate the distribution of the data. This blog will show you how to do a frequency count with … Continued

## Set Rescale Margins for all Future Graphs using System Themes

By default whenever data is plotted it contains a margin of 8% between the data and the axes of the graph. This is meant to show the entirety of the data, however many publications have very specific requirements that depart from … Continued

## Batch Processing when Dragging and Dropping Data into Origin

Origin 2016 introduced a new way to perform batch processing when importing multiple data files into a workbook which is already setup with analysis, graphing, cell formatting, and etc. You can watch this video to see how it works. This blog … Continued

## Plot Stacked Contour Plots in a Cylinder Coordinates

This blog will explain how to create a Stacked Contour Plot if user has data with Cylindrical Coordinates(ro, theta and Z), It will involve the following steps: interpolate data and convert data from cylindrical coordinates to Cartesian coordinates Use XYZ gridding to … Continued

## Creating Ulam Spirals with OriginC – Part II

In a previous blog post we covered how to generate the basemap of a Ulam spiral by using a C++ script in Code Builder. In this post we’ll be appending that script with some basic functions allowing you to display … Continued

## Creating Ulam Spirals with OriginC – Part I

I would like to thank my colleagues Eric Parent & Zheng Shao for writing the OriginC scripts that made this post possible. In the middle of a long scientific presentation in 1963, renowned mathematician and inventor Stanislaw Ulam (pronounced oo-lam) was … Continued