Table: Vertical error bars plot where...

Draws vertical lines that represent the error intervals of a data column from the selected Table.

Settings

Horizontal column
determines the data along the horizontal axis.
Horizontal range
determines the lower and upper limits of the plot.
Vertical column
determines the data along the horizontal axis.
Vertical range
determines the lower and upper limits of the plot.
Lower error value column, Upper error value column
determine the size of the vertical lines that will be drawn. These lines are drawn between the points (x,y-low) and (x, y+up), where x and y are the values from the horizontal column and the vertical column, respectively, and, low and up are the corresponding values in the lower error value column and the upper error value column, respectively. If either of these column names is not given the corresponding values (low and/or up) will taken as zero. This makes it possible to draw one-sided and two-sided error bars. If your errors are symmetric around the y-position, your table only needs one column and you can supply the name of this column in both fields.
Bar size (mm)
determines the width of the horizontal bars or whishers at the lower an postion of the drawn line.
Garnish
determines whether or not some decoration is drawn.
Formula
can be used to supply an expression to select only those rows for plotting where the expression evaluates to true. A 1 value always evaluates to true.

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© djmw, December 23, 2013