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josevid94 Posted - 06/12/2019 : 01:37:15 AM
I'm new in Origin

I have different graphs with an almost similar behavior, I try to create an envelope and an average graph of all the data (as in the Figure).

I would like to know what function of Origin I can use to create the graphic

Thank you!
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JacquelineHe Posted - 06/12/2019 : 03:36:50 AM

1. If you want to do the "Envelope" Analysis for your dataset, you can refer to this help page:

Please note: this is the feature only for Originpro version.

2. If you have the top and bottom two datasets of the "envelope", then you could plot the "Fill Area Graph" in Origin. The graph will like "envelope" as you show.
And if you have the "average" data, you can add the Line plot on that graph. If not, you can add a new column to calculate it firstly.

About "Fill Area Graph", you can refer to this page:


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