Manhattan Plots in Origin 2017

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With the release of Origin 2017 we have included several new apps with specialized capabilities to analyze very specific sets of data. One such feature is the new Manhattan Plot app; named for its eponymous skyline, these plots allow genetics researchers to … Continued

LaTeX Improvements in Origin 2017

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Introduction LaTeX fans rejoice! Support for LaTeX has vastly improved in Origin 2017. Previously in Origin 2016, LaTeX support consisted of using the LaTeX App to add LaTeX objects to graphs, primarily as equations. But Origin 2017 now allows for … Continued

Use Excel Workbooks in Origin 2017

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In this blog post we’ll be discussing one of Origin’s little known features, the ability to link Excel files to OPJs using the Microsoft DDE protocol. In Origin you can not only import Excel data but rather open Excel files themselves … Continued

Plot Radar Chart with Unevenly Spaced Axes

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Radar chart, also known as Spider Chart, is a graphical method of displaying and comparing multiple quantitative variables. In a radar chart, each variable value is plotted along its individual axis that starts from the center of the chart. Usually, … Continued

Box Plot with Histogram

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In descriptive statistics, a box plot is an effective graphical representation of five-number summary, while histogram is a type of bar chart to visualize the distribution of a dataset. Each of them has its place and its limitations. To better … Continued

Setting Default Color Scheme in Origin

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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

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