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11-19-2012 02:19 PM
And, after seeing how they specified the coordinates for the areas of the 2nd example, I think it probably makes more sense to specify the coordinates of the areas in direct values (rather than %), so I've re-written the first example to use direct values (like the 2nd example). Attaching the new code:
11-19-2012 10:11 AM
Thanks a lor for your quick answer. It souds great!!!
Just a last question: would it be possible to fill with figures and borders with colors (see example in this article - Figure 1)? If yes, It would be perfect!
Thanking you in advance
11-19-2012 11:00 AM
This could be done with annotated polygons (rather than annotated lines). Also the areas and axis values are different (actually simpler) in this chart, than in the one I used (from Wikipedia). And this brings to mind a suggestion for everyone ... if you have a certain chart in mind, please post that in your first comment - this can save a lot of confusion & re-work!
11-19-2012 11:24 AM
Thanks for your answer. I will try to do this with annotated polygons. I will let you informed if I succeed to perfom this.
I agree, we have to be very clear about the result we want to obtain.
In my case, please be sure that your code is highly appreciated and helpful as I will have to generate both plots (with 3 and 5 different areas) and also with colors at the request of my colleagues.
Thanking you again for your help.