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vrf Graph Display

Question asked by bill.ossmann on Nov 12, 2002
For different length traces a Waveform plot works well. It will take any mapped input, so just combine your X and Y data into a coord. Then, too, the null traces can be made just a single point and rendered pretty much invisible as Kathy suggests.

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Bill Ossmann
Philips Ultrasound




                      "Kathy
                      Kiessling"                   To:  "VEE vrf" <vrf@it.lists.it.agilent.com>
                      <k.kiessling@att             cc:  (bcc: Bill Ossmann/ANR/MS/PHILIPS)
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                      11/13/2002 02:35             Classification:
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                      to "Kathy
                      Kiessling"






Hello Arie,

It sounds like you have a number of issues to deal with:

Problem:  having y arrays of different sizes:  you would need to intperolate
to fill in the array to make it the right size (if too small) or sample to
make it the right size, if too large.  Another solution is to plot these
items in Matlab, since you can feed it x1,y1, x2,y2,  etc.

Variable number of traces:  I've run across this problem a  few times.  I've
set up the X vs. Y plot with the maximum number of traces I'd expect.  This
if these is no plot for a certain run, I give it a null array, and use the
control input 'Traces' to turn the trace off.  You can use 'Traces' to set
the Name to "" and to set the color, line type, and poiunt type to make the
non-trace as inconspicuous as possible.

I hope this helps.  If you have some specific examples you might get some
example code as well.

Kathy Kiessling


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From: "Fainbrun Arie" <arief12@netvision.net.il>
To: "VEE vrf" <vrf@it.lists.it.agilent.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 12, 2002 11:38 AM
Subject: [vrf] Graph Display


> Hallo Every One.
> I would like to know, if there is option, to display the curves on the
graph
> x vs. Y
> as a numbers of selection.
> I mean that I have 4 files that contain data, every one of the suppose to
be
> different curve, with different color.
> in other case I had selected 6 files, but the graph has only 4 input data,
> there fore I need to design number of graphs, with
> max 12 input data, and it became really heavy program.
> another problem is since I have to use x vs. y graph, since there is
> correlation between the two axis, the files can be with different
> array size, and I get an error message that they must be in the same size.
> does any one knows how to display many data on the graph without next
curve
> option, since in this case I get them all with the same color
> and without any edification, on what data is displayed.
>
> Regards
> Arie Fainbrun
>
>
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