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TilmanICT Posted - 02/17/2012 : 11:56:07 AM
Origin Ver. and Service Release (Select Help-->About Origin):
Operating System: Origin 8.5

Hi,

I want to create a segmented line by the AddPlot command... Ist it possibly? Whats the right IDM_PLOT_ command for segmented lines?

regards,
tilman
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TilmanICT Posted - 02/22/2012 : 02:57:22 AM
Thanks!

That helped!

Tilman
Penn Posted - 02/19/2012 : 8:58:06 PM
Hi tilman,

There is no IDM_PLOT_ command for segmented lines. However, you can firstly make a line plot by using IDM_PLOT_LINE, and then set the format of this line plot to get the segmented lines.

Here is the example on how to make a line plot and set the format for line plot. To set the segment, you can use the following lines.

tr.Root.Line.Connect.dVal = 3;  // 2 = 2 Point Segment, 3 = 3 Point Segment


Penn

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