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mohamed1986
43 Posts 
Posted  01/25/2015 : 11:52:44 PM

Origin Ver. and Service Release (Select Help>About Origin): 9.1 Operating System:Win Hello all,
I have two sets of data of different x and y values which are depicted as shown in the attached image.
Is it possible to get the data as corresponding y values (y1 and y2) for each certain value of x ?
The idea here is to get both y1 and y2 values for each value of x. Thanks much
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mohamed1986
43 Posts 
Posted  01/25/2015 : 11:56:32 PM

I want the data in this form Thanks much



minimax
328 Posts 
Posted  01/26/2015 : 12:19:58 AM

Hi Mohamed,
With the graph window active, select Gadgets menu  Verticl Cursor.
It will add a vertical line onto the graph, which can tag the y values of certain x for each plot.
See more references on: http://www.originlab.com/doc/OriginHelp/GadgetVerticalCursor
Is it what you want? 


mohamed1986
43 Posts 
Posted  01/26/2015 : 06:54:36 AM

Thanks much for your kind help. Yes that is exactly what I need.
Can I get the data automatically rather the manual recording of it through the output icon because it will consume much time?
Thanks much 


snowli
USA
1340 Posts 
Posted  01/26/2015 : 10:36:17 AM

Everytime you move the cursor to a new location, you can press hotkey O to output results.
Or if you have a set of X values in column D, you can use Set column values to do the interpolation.
e.g. suppose your original data are in column A(X), B(Y), C(Y). Add column D, E, F. Enter x values in cells of column D. For column E, enter the following formula in F(X) cell col(B)(col(D)) For column F, enter the following formular in F(X) cell col(C)(col(D))
In Origin 2015, we added interp labtalk function which can do interpolation with more options, such as spline in Set Column Values dialog.
Thanks, Snow 


mohamed1986
43 Posts 
Posted  01/26/2015 : 12:13:02 PM

Really I am thankful for your kind help.
Sorry, where I can find the hotkey O or write it?
Thanks much 


snowli
USA
1340 Posts 
Posted  01/26/2015 : 1:33:03 PM

When you are using the Vertical Cursor and move the cursor line to an expected location, press O key on the keyboard, a new row of result will show in the Cursor workbook.
Thanks, Snow 


mohamed1986
43 Posts 
Posted  01/26/2015 : 2:09:55 PM

Thanks much sir for your kind help. 



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