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Topic: 3 Y axes wih 4 variable
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Murat

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Registered: 4/20/13
Re: 3 Y axes wih 4 variable
Posted: Apr 24, 2013 5:51 AM
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> Well, they were fortunate to have data points that were/are much
> smoother. You'll have to smudge your data or use a fitted functional
> smoothing function as suggested -- but it won't then represent the
> actual datapoints you have as well.
>
> That's the point was making before--you'll have to decide what's more
> important--beauty or the data. Be careful if it's experimental data of
> misrepresenting reality if this is anything other than an exercise, however.
>
> --


in the figure editting there is Tools>Basic Fitting. if i select data1 and make it spline interpolant then it's what exactly i want. BUT if i try to make it for data2 then Data1 disappears. It's why i am asking if there is a command for this codes? i tried
[xx,yy]=smoothline(x,y)
plot(xx,yy)
but it didn't work. so is there any other solution?



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