# how i can chart this along line towards two dire?

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 October 8, 2006, 02:33 how i can chart this along line towards two dire? #1 prayskyer Guest   Posts: n/a Sponsored Links how i can chart this coordinate along this line towards two directions? the X Direction coordinate is :there is a orign point=0, left side<0, right side>0. my question is how that happen in CFX-POST? THANKS A LOT

 October 8, 2006, 08:45 Re: how i can chart this along line towards two di #2 TB Guest   Posts: n/a Assuming that you are charting velocity vs position: 1)Create a Line (under Location) using 2-point method etc. 2)Create a Chart, Select Type "XY", Define position as X-axis variable & velocity as Y-axis variable.

 October 8, 2006, 21:45 Re: how i can chart this along line towards two di #3 prayskyer Guest   Posts: n/a thanks for your replying~! sure,i creat a line using two points,and the X axis variable is the position along this line,~ but the problem is the "0" is the mid of the line, and the left side is negtive,and right side is positive,~ how can i deal with this? thanks a lot~

 October 9, 2006, 01:37 Re: how i can chart this along line towards two di #4 TB Guest   Posts: n/a You want to shift the zero reference point to the other side of your line, don't you? If so, just create a new variable of say "Pos" and let the value be X+Xneg, where Xneg is the most negative value. Select Pos as your X-axis variable then.

 October 9, 2006, 02:16 Re: how i can chart this along line towards two di #5 prayskyer Guest   Posts: n/a yes,i get what you mean~! thinking of that line,if that is a curve,should i apply that coordinate transform,ture the curve to line? and what are these really about,should i find some papers or books to find out?could you introduce some for me,really thanks

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