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How to make parametric plots having the same horizontal variable

How to make parametric plots having the same horizontal variable

In OMedit it is possible to draw a parametric plot in which two different y-variables are plotted against the same x-variable?
I could not find a way to do so.

Thanks

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Re: How to make parametric plots having the same horizontal variable

Ofcourse you can. Switch to Plotting Perspective and in the toolbar click on "New Parametric Plot Window". See also section 2.6.1.2 of users guide.

Adeel.

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Re: How to make parametric plots having the same horizontal variable

adeas wrote:

Ofcourse you can. Switch to Plotting Perspective and in the toolbar click on "New Parametric Plot Window". See also section 2.6.1.2 of users guide.

It is what I did.
But I wanted two curves.
If for instance a simulation has three variables x, y1, y2, I would like to make two plots (x, y1) and (x, y2) in the same window.
The problem is that once I've made (x,y1) plot, I don't know ho so select again x for the second plot.

Edited by: ceraolo - May-02-15 23:05:34
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Re: How to make parametric plots having the same horizontal variable

Sorry my bad. I thought you asked how to do parametric plot in OMEdit.
What you want is not possible. You need a new plot parametric window.

Adeel.

Edited by: adeas - May-03-15 00:55:55
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Re: How to make parametric plots having the same horizontal variable

ok thank you.
It was just a strange thing I wanted to do.
Two windows are ok.

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