3.3.2.55.7 Options for Error Bars


-o

Syntax: set name -o YDataset

Plot the values in the name dataset as Y error bars for the plotted Ydataset. name must be a plotted dataset. For example, if column B and column C are displayed as line data plots in the active graph window, the following example displays column C as Y error bars for column B.

range err = [Book1]Sheet1!col(C);
range line = [Book1]Sheet1!col(B);
set err -o line;

-om

Syntax: set -om YDataset

Plot the values in the name dataset as Y (minus) error bars for the plotted YDataset. name must be a plotted dataset. For example, if column B and column C are displayed as line data plots in the active graph window, the range rc = [Book1]Sheet1!C; range rb = [Book1]Sheet1!B; set rc -om rb; command displays column C as Y (minus) error bars for column B.

-op

Syntax: set name -op YDataset

Plot the values in the name dataset as Y (plus) error bars for the plotted YDataset. name must be a plotted dataset. For example, if column B and column C are displayed as line data plots in the active graph window, the range rc = [Book1]Sheet1!C; range rb = [Book1]Sheet1!B; set rc -op rb; command displays column C as Y (plus) error bars for column B.

-or

Syntax: set name -or YDataset

Plot the values in the name dataset as Y error bars (relative) for the plotted YDataset. name must be a plotted dataset. For example, if column B and column C are displayed as line data plots in the active graph window, the range rc = [Book1]Sheet1!C; range rb = [Book1]Sheet1!B; set rc -or rb; command displays column C as Y (plus) error bars for column B.

-ox

Syntax: set name -ox YDataset

Plot the values in the name dataset as X error bars for the plotted YDataset. name must be a plotted dataset. For example, if column B and column C are displayed as line data plots in the active graph window, the range rc = [Book1]Sheet1!C; range rb = [Book1]Sheet1!B; set rc -ox rb; command displays column C as X error bars for column B.

-oxm

Syntax: set name -oxm YDataset

Plot the values in the name dataset as X (minus) error bars for the plotted YDataset. name must be a plotted dataset. For example, if column B and column C are displayed as line data plots in the active graph window, the range rc = [Book1]Sheet1!C; range rb = [Book1]Sheet1!B; set rc -oxm rb; command displays column C as X minus error bars for column B.

-oxp

Syntax: set name -oxp YDataset

Plot the values in the name dataset as X plus (error) bars for the plotted YDataset. name must be a plotted dataset. For example, if column B and column C are displayed as line data plots in the active graph window, the range rc = [Book1]Sheet1!C; range rb = [Book1]Sheet1!B; set rc -oxp rb; command displays column C as X plus error bars for column B.