Labeling Points on a 2-D graph

John Pawelek platt at biomed.med.yale.edu
Thu Oct 3 12:42:25 EST 1996


>James Platt wrote:
>> In situations where more flexability is needed, such as putting
real
>> scientific notation on the axis of a graph, I use Deneba artWorks.
>> artWorks is a limited version of Canvas which sells for about $50
U.S.
>> (see http://www.deneba.com). Simply copy the graphics from the
>> plotting software and paste into artWorks. Graphs pasted in from
the
>> above software can be ungrouped and edited easily.
>This is not very practical, and you could end up having problems
>with jagged lines if the graphs are ungrouped. It's better to have a
>single program that does it all.

	It works for me.  In fact, pasting to another program sometimes
improves the printout.  It does make a difference what program you are
pasting from and to, however.

>Try pro Fit 5.0 from cherwell scientific (e-mail:
csp.usa at cherwell.com,
>on the web at <http://www.cherwell.com/cherwell/>).
>pro Fit is also a drawing program and it creates its graphs as
drawing
>objects
>inside drawing windows where you can pretty much double-click and
edit
>everything you see and also draw anything you like on top of your
graph.
>
>-ivan

	Thanks, I'll try it.  Cricket Graph and StatView also allow drawing
on top of the graph but they only allow limited editing of the graph
itself.

James Platt



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