by loutche
Published: 23 novembre 2022 (2 semaines ago)

Microcal Origin 6 0 ##TOP## Free 15


Microcal Origin 6 0 Free 15

The Features tab of the Origin toolbar allows users to toggle individual features on or off. This can be useful for users who want to quickly set up a publication quality graph using only the most relevant features. For example, they can apply font size to axis labels, and remove all the axis-related features for a publication quality graph with just a few clicks.

In some cases it is useful to preserve the original shape of a graph by applying each of the selections and the defaults to a particular shape. In this example, the circle is set to preserve the original graph shape. The line is selected and the delete button is clicked to remove the default selection. The rest of the selections are kept unchanged. The original settings can be brought back by selecting the circle again.

The Origin preferences allow you to define the color scheme for a particular sheet. You can also turn on or off the Show gridlines on the graph, and use the standard and custom colors for the chart background.

The Origin Preferences also give you options to customize your Origin session. You can either choose to use a new session each time, or store your customized preferences in a XML file so that you can reload them later. You can also Persist the customization in the new session. Use the Save command to save the preferences, Load to reload them from the file.

The Graphs Online app is a feature-rich Mac-native interface for you to create, view and export graphs in Microcal Origin, whether you are at home or at the office. It offers a visual timeline of your graph history (panels), and provides the built-in ability to resize and move panels (with resizing animated). It provides a gallery of option panels and controls for specific needs, and a zoom feature that allows you to quickly view and select data values anywhere on your graph.

The new Basic Polar graph shows the x coordinate, a step line on one axis, and a column graph for the y coordinate. The same as the Basic Cartesian/Polar graph, except it places the origin and the sample point at the center of the graph area.
The View dialog is a simple way to view your data at two different scales in the same graph. Set the height and width of your window in pixels and toggle between showing the full data set (in the original form) and the smaller scale (intended for queries and viewing).
Connect with other applications through Origin with code-centric scripting languages, or export large data sets to Excel or MATLAB. These three popular spreadsheet applications are fully integrated with Origin.
Formatted text is preferred over manually-entered values in Origin. For example, you can configure Origin to display a total currency amount in $ and a value of $1, instead of $1.99. You can also configure Origin to sum values in several row fields and display the result in the value text.
The S-Curve shows a 2D continuous value graph. Origin supports three different types of curved graphs – a continuous graph (which has no breaks), a sectioned graph (which has two breaks), or a range graph (which has two bounds).
Origin’s new Toolbox widgets let you store more than 3 types of parameter, such as absolute, relative or calculated, on any element of the graph. This is very useful when grouping data with different units. For example, a slope calculator widget can be directly placed above or below a corresponding axis or data, etc.