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May-02-15 21:31:18

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

- ceraolo
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May-02-15 22:37:12

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.

- adeas
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May-02-15 23:05:01

## 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.

- ceraolo
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May-03-15 00:34:51

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.

- adeas
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May-03-15 06:25:18

ok thank you.

It was just a strange thing I wanted to do.

Two windows are ok.

- ceraolo
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