How can I draw a graph with x and y coordinates in spread

yabi100 shared this question 9 years ago
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I have x and y of 261 points and I have copied them into spread sheet of geogebra.

Now I want to draw their graph in xoy coordinate system. Obviously this should be very simple task but as I haven't used GeoGebra for long time, I don't know how can I accomplish it?


After drawing above, I want to add another set of 261 points into above graph.

TO be precise, first set draws layout of a pipeline and the 2nd set are deformation of pipe which I want to show along the pipe layout.


What is the best way to do this?

Comments (7)

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Dear Noel

Thanks for your reply.

I got the general idea.

But could you please tell me in detail

1- How can define a list?

2- How can I use commend Fit. Where to input this command?

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So Fit** command is different from Fit command.

Is it correct?

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If I have a L shape, consisting of two straight semi-lines, is it possible to get it by by one of fit** commands?

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Hi,


If the 261 points are in the sequence of the pipeline, then you can also use the command PolyLine[list1]

Send your GGB-File.


Raymond

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Dear Rami

261 points make a L-shaped pipe.

130 in y direction, 1 in the corner and 130 in the x direction.

So it is not a straight line, it is a L-shaped line.

Is it possible to draw it with one of fill or other commands?

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Hi,


It's possible You send Your GGB-File in the actual state (with x and y and/or with Points)?


Raymond

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So it is not a straight line, it is a L-shaped line.

Is it possible to draw it with one of fill or other commands?

Yes, as Rami suggested, by using PolyLine[list1].

Something like this.


https://ggbm.at/560029

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