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khaled_1986 Posted - 01/12/2022 : 8:35:54 PM

If i try to make a fitting for some data, how can i exchange the x and y instead of each other!

another way for the question, How to make the fitting in the vertical direction!

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khaled_1986 Posted - 01/13/2022 : 02:17:31 AM
I almost do what you suggest. your answer is the correct way to do so.

Shirley_GZ Posted - 01/13/2022 : 01:16:55 AM
Hi khaled,

If you want to exchange the XY axis in a graph, you can select Graph: Exchange X-Y Axes menu. If you want to change the source X/Y column, you can move the real X column to first and set the column designation.

For "How to make the fitting in the vertical direction", I think you can fit the curve and then exchange the X and Y axes for the fitted curve.

Please let me know if this is helpful for you.


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