## Importing Time Data in Excess of 24 Hours

Introduction Occasionally users have the need to work with time data with hours that exceed 24. Some examples of this include: 30:45 => 30 hours, 45 minutes 60:15:30 => 60 hours, 15 minutes, 30 seconds For the purposes of this post, … Continued

## Fill Area Above and Below Curve

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

## Introducing the LaTeX App

Introduction Note: This post is an introduction to the LaTeX App. In a future blog posts, we will provide some insight, tips, and additional examples of using the App. With its release of Origin 2016, OriginLab has added a new … Continued

## Make Stacked Graph with Same Axis Unit Length

Origin has a layer level option linking axis length to its scale so that axis will have the same unit length. This post will help you to go one step further, because in categorical data, we only want to link one … Continued

## Colormapped Line Series

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

## Where Did My Zero Dose Go for Dose Response Curves???

The Issue A question that comes up frequently is why Origin may not plot or fit a dose value of 0 (zero) for dose response curves (and those that are similar). It usually boils down to the following simple mathematical … Continued

## Animating 2D Plots Using Labtalk and a Series of Coefficients

One of Origin’s more advanced features is its ability to generate animated plot videos using little more than some basic functions, a series of coefficients, a script that iterates through them, and a video codec output. In this post we’ll be … Continued

## Visualizing the Negative Log

Introduction: The logarithm of a negative value is not defined in the real space. But in practical applications, we occasionally see that the magnitude of the data changes exponentially even in the negative area. How can we present such data … Continued

## Making Dynamic Inset Graphs

Oftentimes when plotting data you may find you want to display a zoomed-in section of a graph to make otherwise cluttered graphs more clear to the viewer. Fortunately Origin provides its users with a number of ways to display different portions of their data. To follow this blog, … Continued

## Accessing Origin as server application from MATLAB

This post will demonstrate using MATLAB code to connect with Origin, read data from the active worksheet in Origin, process the data, and place the results back into the worksheet in Origin. Procedure: 1. Download and open the OGW file( … Continued