27.9.28 Chord Diagram/Chord Diagram with Ratio Layout
| Chord Diagram
|| Chord Diagram with Ratio Layout
Select at least three columns of values or a block of values(virtual matrix) from at least three columns. The first column will be treated as X and should be monotonic.
Creating the Graph
- Select required data.
- From the menu, select .
The plot_chord Dialog
If you selected a block of values, the first two columns of which are not text or categorical, or you didn't select any data, a X-Function dialog will pop up:
Specify the input block, just like the block of a virtual matrix.
Specify the flow direction of the links.
- Link from row to column: The link starts from the specified value in rows, and the link ends at the specified value in columns.
- Link from column to row: The link starts from the specified value in columns, and the link ends at the specified value in rows.
X Values in/Y Values in
Specify the X values and Y Values in the selected block, according to the data layout settings.
In general, the flow starts from X values and ends at the Y values. That means, X values are the link starts and Y values are link ends.
When you selected Column Label for X Values in/Y Values in drop-down list, you can further specify which column label row stores the X or Y values*(link starts or link ends).
X Range/Y Range
When you selected Custom for X Values in/Y Values in drop-down list, you can further specify a range which stores the X or Y values*(link starts or link ends).
chord.otpu (installed to the EXE folder of Origin)
ChordRatio.otpu (installed to the EXE folder of Origin)
The difference in settings between Chord Diagram and Chord Diagram with Ratio Layout is whether you have checked the Ratio Layout in Layout tab of Plot Details dialog.
Once you have checked the Ratio Layout, the exchange between two nodes will be shown within one link; if the Ratio Layout hasn't been checked, the exchange will be shown in two links, flowing from A to B and flowing from B to A.
For information on the customizing a Chord diagram, see these topics: