Placing 3D Bars on a Map

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Continue from the previous blog post Overlay Locations on a 3D Map, we will further explore Maps Online app. In this post I will show you how to fetch map data from a new WMS server and then plot it on a … Continued

Interval Plot

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This plot will show you how to create an interval plot from raw data and indexed data. If you would like to work through these steps with me, download Interval_Plot_Sample_Data.zip file, extract the contents and open the OPJ file. Below is … Continued

Stack Lines in Groups with Y Offset

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This post will show you how to stack multiple lines into groups and offset the grouped lines constantly along Y direction. We have put together an OPJ file in Stack_lines_with_Y_offset.zip (201 KB) file, which is raw data kindly provided by sir Matt Siebecker. To … Continued

Flatten Waterfall Plot

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This post will show you how to flatten a 3D waterfall plot to create a “spectrogram”, where the height of each spectrum will be flattened to be zero and represented by the color mapped to its height. If you would like … Continued

Define a Peak Function for Peak Fitting

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In Origin, defining a peak function is very similar to defining an user-defined fitting function, but with two additional requirements to be met: 1. The defined peak function should be placed into PFW category and the Peak Function check box on The Variable and Parameter … Continued

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