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27.14.3 3D 100% Stacked Bar Graph

Sample 3D 100PC Stacked Bars.png

Data Requirements

  • Worksheet:
  • Select at least one Z column (or a range from at least one Z column). If the Z column has associated XY columns, then the XY columns are used; otherwise, the worksheet's default XY values are used.
or

or

  • Matrix: A matrix of Z values, at least with one object..

Creating the Graph

Activate the matrix sheet or select required data from worksheet.

From the menu, choose Plot > 3D: Bar: 3D 100% Stacked Bars.

or

Click the 3D 100% Stacked Bars button on the 3D and Contour Graphs toolbar.

Toolbar 3D 100PC Stacked Bars.png

Template

  • gl3DStackBarP.OTP (OpenGL)

(Installed to the Origin program folder).

Notes

  • The Z values determine the height of the columns (bars).The columns/bars can be color-mapped to the Z values.
  • The associated X and Y values mapped in the matrix/worksheet determine the XY locations of each column.
  • For XYZ data, the Z values at same X and Y coordinates will be stacked on Z direction; for matrix data, all objects in current matrix sheet will be stacked.
  • If you want to create such 3D stacked bar graph from virtual matrices, you need create a general 3D bar graph from a selected virtual matrix firstly, and then add more virtual matrices into this graph with Layer Contents dialog. Please note, subsequent virtual matrices need be created in advance with X-Function w2vm.

This graph type can also be created from a 3D Stacked Bars Graph, by selecting the Normalize to Percent for Cumulative box on the Stack tab of the Plot Details - Layer Properties dialog box.

 

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