Select exactly four Y columns (or a range from four columns). The first Y column contains the opening prices, the second Y column displays the highest prices, the third Y column displays the lowest prices, and the last Y column displays the closing prices. If there is an associated X column, X column supplies X values; otherwise, sampling interval of the Y column or row number is used.
Select desired data.
Select Plot > 2D : Stock: Japanese Candlestick.
Click the Japanese Candlestick button on the 2D Graphs toolbar.
CANDLESTICK.otp (installed to the Origin program folder).
A Japanese Candlestick graph is a combination of a body (box), and upper and lower wicks. The body of the graph depicts the opening and closing prices of a security over a given time interval. The wicks represent the highest and lowest prices of the security. If a security finishes higher than it opened, the body is unfilled by default in Origin. In this situation, the opening price is at the bottom and the closing price is at the top of the body. If a security closes lower than it opened, the body is filled with red color by default. In this situation, the opening price is at the top of the body and the closing price is at the bottom.