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   Envelope Curves

Author:

OriginLab Technical Support

Date Added:

4/20/2003

Downloads:

3064

Last Update:

6/29/2004

Total Ratings:

4

File Size:

25674 Bytes

Average Rating:

File Name:

Envelope.OPK

Created Using:

Origin 7.5

File Version:

1.0

Working Versions:

7.5

License:

Free

Summary:

To compute upper and lower envelope curves for a data plot.

Description:

This OPK (Origin Pack File) contains an Origin Project called Envelope.OPJ and an Origin C function file called Envelope.c
Drag-and-drop the OPK file onto Origin to extract the files.

The Envelope.c function computes upper and lower envelope points for a specified y dataset (curve). The points are then used to compute smooth spline lines for the two envelope curves. Results are stored in a worksheet in the project called Envelope.

Further instructions are provided in a notes window inside the project.

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Reviews:

Rated by: balajivbiradar

Date: (2/20/2013 6:37:38 AM)

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Rated by: Karoui

Date: (8/3/2005 12:18:31 AM)

Seems to be interesting. But poor explanation as how to use it for other data set. Thank you for providing this to the users.

Rated by: sseb22

Date: (3/22/2004 9:10:24 AM)

This pack file could have been really useful to me at work has it been compatible with Origin 6.1. I tested it at home

Rated by: agjaz

Date: (6/4/2003 8:00:03 AM)

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