[ploticus] Newbie needs help
- OK, first-timer here, I am set to create my first chart shown below
I'd appreciate any suggestions/instructions on which prefab to use
And how to do this.
don't think you will be able to use a prefab as your graph has too many
non-standard features, for instance - two vertical axes.
So start with a script example that illustrates that capability, say
http://ploticus.sourceforge.net/gallery/sa13.htm. Make sure you can get
that to compile and view the output.
Then you've got a few line plots, that's straightforward, just see the
proc lineplot examples. One of them is filled. Make sure they're drawn
in the right order, ie the most "behind" line is drawn first. Finally
you have a few annotations, but I can't see the logic in where they are
placed - that is, they don't seem to peaks, troughs, saddle points, or
whatever. If you always know what the data will be, then you can use
#proc annotate to put these spot values in. I doubt you do know the data
in advance, otherwise you might as well use Excel.
One thing I find problematic is that say I want to label a maximum
value, I need to know the exact co-ordinates before doing the annotate
anyway, hope that gets you started.
Robert Chin wrote:
> OK, first-timer here, I am set to create my first chart shown below
> using Ploticus
> I'd appreciate any suggestions/instructions on which prefab to use
> And how to do this.
> Thanks !
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- On Wed, 2004-06-30 at 15:04, Jamie Echlin wrote: >
>>I don't think anyone's replied to this so I'll have a stab.Thanks for the pointer, Jamie, very helpful.
I was beginning to think this group was either very busy or very