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kohatfield Posted - 01/17/2022 : 6:23:54 PM
Origin Ver. and Service Release (Select Help-->About Origin): 2019
Operating System: Windows 10

Hi, I am an electrochemist trying to plot things alongside cyclic voltammograms; I do both waterfall-style plots (I plot spectra at all the different potentials) and 2D graphs. I cannot figure out how to make an axis change direction partway through. For example, I need the axis to start at +0.3, go to -0.4, and then change direction to go back to +0.3. Can I do this?

Thank you.
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yuki_wu Posted - 01/18/2022 : 01:47:45 AM

You can create two layers, one is from 0.3 to -0.4 while the other is from -0.4 to 0.3, then put two layers side by side.

Regards, Yuki

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