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Iveta_ Posted - 09/20/2021 : 7:55:33 PM
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I'm learning LabTalk to automate my long analysis (started yesterday). I can't find a method/attribute that allows me to select the x data when fitting NL function directly from a graph. I am using a user made function. What I do is Data selection => Input data => Rows => By X => 15. Is there a suitable script that can be written for this?

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Iveta_ Posted - 09/21/2021 : 2:53:30 PM
This worked in the end, thank you to both of you!

nlbegin iy:=1[x0:10] func:=my_model nltree:= tt;

YimingChen Posted - 09/21/2021 : 09:09:41 AM
Can you use the syntax below to specify the range by x value?

Please check this page for more details:

snowli Posted - 09/21/2021 : 09:08:44 AM
Do you mean you want to fit a subrange of data defined by X start and end value.

In NLFit dialog, when u set by X and specify X From and to values, the input node shows the syntax to use if in script.

E.g. Suppose you are fitting with column B plot in graph1,
You can use the following input
[Graph1]1!1"B"[x10:20]; //x from 10 to 20
[Graph1]1!1"B"[10:20]; //index from 10 to 20. 10th point to 20th point. [Graph1]1!1"B"[x10:0]; //0 means end point

Thanks, Snow

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