## Interval Plot

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

## Using LabTalk to generate and plot Fibonacci sequences

When Fibonacci introduced his eponymous numbers to the Western world in the 11th century, he could hardly have predicted the influence they would bear on art and science. Initially published as a model to determine the breeding patterns of rabbits, today … Continued

## Delete Peak Labels

Origin’s Quick Peaks gadget is a handy tool to find peaks in spectrum. But sometimes the spectrum is noisy so more than necessary peaks are found and labelled in graph. You may want to delete those unnecessary ones. Here is an … Continued

## Easier Way to Control Grouped Bar Plot Colors in Origin 2016

In previous versions of Origin, unbalanced box plots, or rather box plots that display series of data with varying degrees of completion, would display the same indexed colors across grouped series of data regardless of whether or not all subgroups … Continued

## How to Trigger a Worksheet Data Filter during Batch Processing

Origin’s Batch Processing tool is one of Origin’s coolest features, particularly when coupled to an Analysis Template™. The Batch Processing tool lets you automate many data import, analysis and graphing operations with little or no programming. Origin 2016 has increased the power … Continued

## Polar Bar with Variable Column Width in Origin 2016

Every now and then your project may demand a polar bar graph or other similar plots that make use of variable column width. Origin 2016 doesn’t have an included template for this kind of graph but this can easily be accommodated for with … Continued

## Plotting Bar/Column Graphs with Indexed Patterns

Colorful graphs make it easy to differentiate between sets of data, but low contrasting tones can often be problematic when many academic and professional journals are published in grayscale or black & white printing. Origin 2016 features a new indexed fill feature, … Continued

## Donut Chart

Donut chart is a popular form of visualizing categorical data, just like a pie chart, to demonstrate the relationship of each segment to a whole. A donut chart can contain more than one data series by adding more rings onto the chart. … Continued

## How to create 3D Stacked Histograms with their fitted Curves

If you have a group of multiple datasets, and want to draw and arrange their histgrams in 2D so that you can contrast the differences of distributions visually, one way is to create a Stacked Histograms (Plot: Statistics: Stacked Histograms … Continued

## Extract Masked Points to a New Workbook Automatically

This post will show you how to mask data points on a graph and extract masked points to a new workbook automatically. When you mask or unmask more data, the workbook will be updated automatically. We have put together a sample … Continued