The reference line object is a sub-object of the layer axis object. And axis is a sub-object of
layer object. You can use range notation to define a layer object:
And then access the axis object by:
Where Axis is the axis specification: x is the bottom X axis, x2 is the top X axis, y is the left Y
axis, y2 is the right Y axis.
Also refer to the sub-object: layer.axis.refline object
Required Version: Origin 2017 SR0
Note: axis is a placeholder for x, y, x2, or y2.
Specify the reference line locates, can be a set of space-separated values or a reference column from worksheet.
Wheter to fill color between reference lines:
0 = do not fill color between reference lines.
1 = fill the area between every odd number reference line and its next even number reference line, such as refline1 - refline2, refline3 - refline4.
Whether to include axis Begin line and axis End line when fill color between reference lines:
0 = do not include axis Begin line and axis End line
1 = including Axis Begin and Axis End lines. The filling order is Axis Begin to refline1. Axis End will be the last fill to if the custom line number is even.
Specify the number of reference lines to add. The reference lines are referred to as refline1, refline2... sequentially.
Wheter to show reference lines: 0 = do not show label, 1 = show label.
Wheter to show labels of reference lines: 0 = do not show label, 1 = show label.
Get/Add a reference line at Axis Value with statistical function.
Create a scatter plot with row number, and then run the script to add reference lines at specified values:
layer.x.reflines.dataset$="2 4 7";
layer.x.reflines.lineshow = 1;
layer.x.reflines.labelshow = 1;