## Plot Radar Chart with Unevenly Spaced Axes

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

## Use Initial Formula to Better Guess Fitting Parameter Values from Data

Good parameter initialization results in fast and reliable model/data convergence. Before Origin 2017, you can write lengthy LabTalk functions or Origin C functions to intialize parameter values based on your data but it is still not easy for new users. Origin … Continued

## How to Perform Enzyme Kinetics Analysis

The Enzyme Kinetics App is designed for performing enzyme kinetics analysis in two steps: Properly organize the data. Fit the data with proper models. Prior to performing the fitting process using the Enzyme Kinetics App, the data should be well-organized. When … Continued

## Performing Principal Component Analysis for Chemometric Spectra Using Origin’s App

Introduction For Origin 2017, a Principal Component Analysis for Spectroscopy App is available. The App is specifically designed to perform principal component analysis for spectra (IR, Fluorescence, UV-Vis, Raman, etc.). In chemometric analysis, researchers want to know which variables (frequency, wavelength or time) are important … Continued

## Box Plot with Histogram

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

## Colormap with Specified Values for Map Data Plot

Shapefile is a popular data format for storing map data. Origin has provided an app, Import Shapefile, for importing such data. After importing, Origin is able to create a map with the data. If one needs to fill each region with colors mapping … Continued

## The Basics of Creating a Trellis Plot with Origin 2017

Introduction Trellis Plots are an important new feature in Origin 2017 as they have become a popular method to present data in a grouped manner. In this blog post, we will learn how to create a basic Trellis Plot with … Continued

## Build a JavaScript dialog and Call Origin C in the Upcoming Origin 2017

Building an Origin C based dialog is challenging in two aspects: The complexity of C++ based coding and Origin C specific implementations The need to build a resource DLL using Visual Studio In Origin2017, we have a new mechanism to … Continued

## 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