You can change many result plot properties as you need them. Some useful ones are listed in this section for your information.
You can select a viewing style from the Viewing Style menu items in the context menu:
Color: useful for color display and printout.
Monochrome: useful for sending the plot to a black and white printer or exporting the plot as a figure in a black and white report.
Monochrome and Symbol: useful for multiple data curves in the same black and white plot.
Line chart is the default plotting method. There are other methods, such as Bar, Point, Area, etc., selectable from the Plotting Method menu items in the context menu. Select one that fits your requirement.
Grid lines are optional and can be toggled on and off. The grid lines along the X and Y axes are specified separately. The default is no grid lines on either axis.
A unique feature in Labeled Series Plots (with X-Labels) is that the data series can be displayed at the bottom of the plot. To do this, select Graph and/or Table>Graph with Table from the context menu.
If you have multiple Y series data, you can select a few subsets from all the Y series for graphing. In other words, you do not have to show all the Y data curves specified by Set As Y Data. To do so,
Right click on the plot to obtain the context menu and select the Customization Dialog... menu item.
Click on the Subsets tab for a list of subsets.
In the Subsets to Graph list, select those subsets you would like to graph. Pressing down the Ctrl key while you click on the list items will allow you to select non-consecutive subsets. For multiple sets listed consecutively, click on the first subset, press and hold down the Shift key, and then click on the last subset.
Click on the Apply button to refresh the plot.
There are many other properties available for customization. To access them, select Customization Dialog... menu item from the context menu. There are property tabs labeled with General, Plot, Subsets, Points, Axis, Font, Color, and Style. Manipulate these properties as needed. You can then click on the Apply button to refresh the plot with the latest changes, or click on the Original button to restore the original defaults.
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