Similar to XYXY, but data is arranged by rows rather than columns, with alternating X and Y values in adjacent columns. Each row is used to produce one curve:

Curve1: |
X(1,1) |
Y(1,1) |
X(1,2) |
Y(1,2) |
X(1,3) |
Y(1,3) |
... |
X(1,N1) |
Y(1,N1) |

Curve2: |
X(2,1) |
Y(2,1) |
X(2,2) |
Y(2,2) |
X(2,3) |
Y(2,3) |
... |
X(2,N2) |
Y(2,N2) |

Initial plot settings

Symbols and lines

Intially, XY plots produced by the Add-In will consist of line segments between each data point, with no symbols. You can easily switch to a scatter plot by:

1) |
Select Scatter Plot on the Options menu. For any curves that do not have a symbol selected, filled circles are used. Line type is set to "None". Or |

2) |
Right-click on a curve, select "Symbol style", then repeat for the "Line style", setting the style to "None". Repeat for all curves. |

If you are working with more than a couple of curves you may prefer to use the Symbol/Line Styles command on the Options menu.

Scaling (linear, logarithmic, polar, etc.)

Initially, XY plots generated by the Add-In will use linear scaling on both the X and Y axes. To change to a different format (logarithmic scaling, polar plot, etc.), right-click on the plot and select the scaling you'd prefer:

Page url:
https://www.dplot.com/help/index.htm?onecurveperrowcommand.htm