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irousso Posted - 06/19/2022 : 11:41:17 PM
Origin Ver. and Service Release (Select Help-->About Origin): 8.5
Operating System:Win10
I'm trying to create a figure which contains an array of 2x2 3D surface graphs.
I know how to achieve that with regular 2d graphs. However, is it possible with 3D graphs? And if so, how?
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irousso Posted - 06/21/2022 : 11:22:10 PM
Many thanks!!
cpyang Posted - 06/21/2022 : 08:23:08 AM
That command just combine various graphs into a layout page, so does not matter if the graphs are 3D or 2D.

irousso Posted - 06/21/2022 : 07:15:18 AM
Another follow up question:
If I want to create a more complicated multilayer figure that includes 3 layers of 3D surface and two more layer that one is an XY graph and the last one is a bar graph - is it possible?
irousso Posted - 06/20/2022 : 03:46:47 AM
Thank you very much!!
cpyang Posted - 06/20/2022 : 01:03:27 AM
User Layout Page.

With one of your 3D graph active, choose

Graph > Merge Graphs to Layout

and you will see a dialog open and to choose rows x columns of graphs to merge.


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