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27.4.8 Floating Bar Graph

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Data Requirements

Select at least two Y columns of values (or a range from at least two columns). If there is an X column to the left of the Y columns, the X column values are used; otherwise, the worksheet's default X values are used.

Creating the Graph

Select required data.

From the menu, select Plot: Column/Bar/Pie: Floating Bar.

or

Click the Floating Bar button on the 2D Graphs toolbar.

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Template

FLOATBAR.OTP (installed to the Origin program folder).

Notes

The floating bar graph displays Y values as beginning, at one or more intermediate (optional), and ending bar levels for each X value. The X values plot along the vertical axis.

The first Y data set provides the starting Y position for each bar graph. The second Y data set provides an intermediate level and defines a bar between the starting position and the current position. The third (fourth, etc.) Y data set provides an additional intermediate value and defines a bar between the previous intermediate value and the current value. The final Y data set provides an ending value and defines a bar between the previous intermediate value and the current value.

 

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