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SofijaVM Posted - 05/06/2012 : 07:17:53 AM
Origin Ver. and Service Release (Select Help-->About Origin): Origin 8
Operating System: Win 7

Please help...

I want to merge four 3D graphs (XYZ) in one plot, thus showing 4 types of symbols in one graph. All 4 graphs are drown using the command Plot -> 3D XYZ -> 3D Scatter.

However, the result of merging (using command Merge Graph Windows) is only one type of symbol (from the last graph). Other 3 types are invisible.

Thanks.
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Hideo Fujii Posted - 05/07/2012 : 4:36:20 PM
Hi SofijaVM,

Before Origin 8.5, all front objects are opaque over the rear ones. To control the transparency, you need a more recent version.

Furthermore, "Merge Graph Windows" includes original graphs as multiple layers, and the front/rear relationship is completely regard to the layers' order rather than the data points' front/rear relationship based on the actual coordinates. If this is what you are aiming, you need to include the data points in a single layer (e.g., by using Layer Contents dialog). I suggest you to try the evaluation (demo) version of Origin 8.6 to see how the transparency control works for you. (http://www.originlab.com/index.aspx?go=Downloads/OriginEvaluation)


--Hideo Fujii
OriginLab

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