There are two user-interface tools that normalize data; one for worksheet data and one for plotted data. The output from both is similar and both are documented in this topic. For specific information, consult the Reference pages for these two X-Functions:
Controls recalculation of analysis results
For more information, see: Recalculating Analysis Results
For help with range controls, see: Specifying Your Input Data
For example, when you can select two columns (Column A and B) as input datasets, and hope to divide data by the max value.
If not check this option, it will divide Col(A) data by max value in Col(A), and divide Col(B) data by max value in Col(B) .
If check this option, it will get the statistics quantity from the composite dataset, then divide two columns data by max value in two columns.
Enter a value. Use when Normalize Methods = Divided by a specified value.
Available when Normalize Methods = Normalize to [v1, v2]. Define a range of values, inclusive of v1 and v2.
Name a worksheet column or reference plot.
Used when Normalize Methods = Use Reference Column or Use Reference Plot:
For information on methods, see the Algorithm section, below.
Divide the worksheet column by the cell value.
Launches the Data Reader tool for picking a point on a curve.
X-value of point picked with the Data Reader.
Y-value of point picked with the Data Reader.
Row index number of point picked with the Data Reader.
Direct output results.
For help with the range controls, see: Output Results.
For algorithm specifics, see the documentation for the respective X-Functions in the Origin X-Function Help file: