Many plot types, such as 3D Surface, 3D Bars, and Contour, can be created from data contained in a matrix object or from data arranged in a block of cells in a worksheet. The latter arrangement is referred to as a Virtual Matrix. Whereas a typical matrix object only supports a linear mapping of X and Y coordinates, a virtual matrix supports nonlinear mapping as well. In this tutorial, we show you how to create intersecting color map surface plots from virtual matrix data.
Minimum Origin Version Required: Origin 2015 SR0
This tutorial will show you how to:
This section will demonstrate how to create surface plots from data in a worksheet.
This section will demonstrate how to add a surface plot to a graph layer that already contains another surface plot.
The next step is to set the transparency of the second surface so that parts of the first surface are visible in this intersection plot.