Advanced graph editing
We will take a quick tour of the graph editor, covering the basic concepts: adding text, lines, and markers; changing the defaults for added objects; changing properties; working quickly by combining the contextual toolbars with the more object dialogs; and using the object browser effectively. Leveraging these concepts, we’ll discuss how and when to use the grid editor and techniques for combined and by-graphs. Finally,we will look at some tricks and features that aren’t apparent at first blush.
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