Digitizing Multi-Axis Graphs in Origin

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While useful, legacy datasets can often be a difficult to analyze, especially when they lack tables with raw values. Fortunately Origin’s digitizing tool makes it possible to convert older graphs from images to Origin graphs with editable data. In this blog post … Continued

How to Make a Neat Double-X Graph

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Introduction Occasionally people asked us how to create a “double-X graph” in Origin. However, they often actually meant differently from each other in what was really envisioned. In this article, we will introduce three types of double-X graph, and briefly … Continued

Make Graphs Consistent – Axis

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Origin’s Copy and Paste Format is a huge time saver to make graphs with Consistent look. This blog will focus on how to make axis with consistent look. You can download copy_paste_axis_format ZIP file and use it if you want to follow … Continued

Fill Area Above and Below Curve

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Sometimes user wants to fill area both above and below curves. Unfortunately in one layer of a graph, user can only choose to fill area from curve to bottom axis or the additional line set on Grids tab of Axis … Continued

Colormapped Line Series

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User asked how to map color of each spectrum to a different color in a colormap based on Column label row values and show the color scale on the graph as follows. Though Origin’s line plot can easily assign a … Continued

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