|Subject:||Re: Projection on the axis X.|
|Date:||Wed, 22 May 2019 10:17:59 -0400|
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On 5/22/19 7:53 AM, FH_2137 wrote:
It is possible to projection points from plot to X axis? Probably this is popular topic, but i do not found nothing in internet.
Please explain what exactly do you want to accomplish. From your picture, it looks like you have a plot of several data points, linked by straight lines, and a horizontal construction line (presumably placed by mouse movements) intersecting those plot lines. It looks like you want to draw vertical lines from those intersections down to the X axis.
I don't know of an existing functionality in Octave graphics system that does that, but you can of course synthesize it from existing primitives:
- find Y position of the mouse: [x,y,button]=ginput(1)
- draw a horizontal line at that Y position: line([0 1],[Y Y])
- find intersections with an interpolation of your data points:
- draw vertical lines from the intersection points: line([X X],[0 1])
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