[Scilab-users] Answer: Is there a way, to fill the area between two non-intersecting 2d-curves with a colour?

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[Scilab-users] Answer: Is there a way, to fill the area between two non-intersecting 2d-curves with a colour?

Is there a way, to fill the area between two non-intersecting 2d-curves with a colour?

was my question from 9 November. With the help of [hidden email], here is the answer:

“xfpoly”. 

In detail, below.

Best greetings
Heinz
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xx= [(100:100:1500)';(100:100:1500)'];
// input measurements M(15,4)
after = [M(:,3);M(:,4)];
before= [M(:,1);M(:,2)];
xc=(25:30:1645)';
// input bounding curves N(30,2)
polyX = [xc;flipdim(xc,1)];
polyY = [N(:,1);flipdim(N(:,2),1)];
xfpoly(polyX, polyY,3);
plot(xx, after, 'r.');
plot(xx, before,'k.');
pos=22; xarrows([xc(pos) xc(pos)],[N(pos,2) N(pos,1)]);
xtitle('Property as a Function of Temperature','temperature (°C)','PROPERTY');
legend("The effect of the treatment", "measured values after","measured values before");



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