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[Scilab-users] Spider Chart

Is there any way to make a spiderweb chart for Scilab 6?

with best regards / mit freundlichen Grüssen / cordialement

Pascal Bühler
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Re: Spider Chart

Dear Mister Bühler,

You can develop such a feature directly based on scilab functions, such as xpoly()
https://help.scilab.org/docs/5.5.2/en_US/xpoly.html

Here's an example of Italian partners, with a box-and-whisker plot and a parallel plot:
http://www.openeering.com/sites/default/files/Data_mining_0.pdf
(see code attached)

We would be happy to distribute your contribution

If you need professional support or training, don't hesitate to contact us.

For the Scilab Team
Yann DEBRAY
Business Developer
Phone: +33 1 80 77 04 73
Mobile: +49 157 51 49 49 15



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Le 31/07/2015 16:00, Pascal Buehler a écrit :
Is there any way to make a spiderweb chart for Scilab 6?

with best regards / mit freundlichen Grüssen / cordialement

Pascal Bühler
Qualität-Hardware / Prüfingenieur
SAUTER HeadOffice
Fr. Sauter AG
Im Surinam 55, CH-4016 Basel
Telefon +41 (0)61 695 5646
Telefax +41 (0)61 695 5619
http://www.sauter-controls.com

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Re: Spider Chart

Hi,

I did know of these functions from Openeering : thanks for sharing !

The code is provided under the Apache license : is this compatible with
Cecill ?

The Stixbox module also contains several graphics functions for data
analysis :

boxplot : Draw a box plot
bubblechart : Plot a bubble chart
bubblematrix : Plot a bubble chart
filledbounds : Fill the area between two curves
histo : Plot a histogram
identify : Identify points on a plot with mouse clicks
plotmatrix : Plot an X vx Y scatter plot matrix
plotsym : Plot with symbols
qqnorm : Normal probability paper
qqplot : Create a QQ-plot
stairs : Stairstep graph

There is no spider plot in Stixbox though.

Stixbox is availalable from :

atomsInstall("stixbox")

or from the Forge :

http://forge.scilab.org/index.php/p/stixbox/

Notice that the boxplot function is in the source, but not in atoms yet
(just because I did not have the time to do it).

If you will to contribute to the Stixbox module, please send me a
message !

Best regards,

Michaël

Le 2015-08-06 11:48, Yann DEBRAY a écrit :

> Dear Mister Bühler,
>
>  You can develop such a feature directly based on scilab functions,
> such as xpoly()
>  https://help.scilab.org/docs/5.5.2/en_US/xpoly.html [4]
>
>  Here's an example of Italian partners, with a box-and-whisker plot
> and a parallel plot:
>  http://www.openeering.com/sites/default/files/Data_mining_0.pdf [5]
>  (see code attached)
>
>  We would be happy to distribute your contribution
>
>  If you need professional support or training, don't hesitate to
> contact us.
>
>  For the Scilab Team
>
> Yann DEBRAY
> Business Developer
> Phone: +33 1 80 77 04 73
> Mobile: +49 157 51 49 49 15
>
> 143 bis rue Yves Le Coz - 78000 Versailles, France
> Phone: +33 1 80 77 04 60
> http://www.scilab-enterprises.com [3]
>
> Le 31/07/2015 16:00, Pascal Buehler a écrit :
>
>> Is there any way to make a spiderweb chart for Scilab 6?
>>
>> with best regards / mit freundlichen Grüssen / cordialement
>>
>> Pascal Bühler
>> Qualität-Hardware / Prüfingenieur
>> SAUTER HeadOffice
>> Fr. Sauter AG
>> Im Surinam 55, CH-4016 Basel
>> Telefon +41 (0)61 695 5646
>> Telefax +41 (0)61 695 5619
>> http://www.sauter-controls.com [1]
>>
>> DISCLAIMER:
>> This communication, and the information it contains is for the sole
>> use of
>> the intended recipient. It is confidential, may be legally
>> privileged and
>> protected by law. Unauthorized use, copying or disclosure of any
>> part
>> thereof may be unlawful. If you have received this communication in
>> error,
>> please destroy all copies and kindly notify the sender.
>>
>> Before printing out this e-mail or its attachments, please consider
>> whether
>> it is really necessary to do so.
>> Using less paper helps the environment.
>>
>> _______________________________________________
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>
>
> Links:
> ------
> [1] http://www.sauter-controls.com
> [2] http://lists.scilab.org/mailman/listinfo/users
> [3] http://www.scilab-enterprises.com/
> [4] https://help.scilab.org/docs/5.5.2/en_US/xpoly.html
> [5] http://www.openeering.com/sites/default/files/Data_mining_0.pdf
>
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[Scilab-users] Antwort: Re: Spider Chart

I'am working on it but it will take time, i have plenty other things to do,

//function Spider_Chart(Text,Value)

//make shure the Text and Value entrance are correct.
Text
=["fgdfgdf","dfsdf","fdf","dfsfd"]
[a]=type(Text);
if a~= 10 then disp("Error entry on Text");
end;

Value
=[10,20,40,30]
[b]=type(Value);
if b~= 1 then disp("Error entry on Value");
end;

//the size of Text list and the maximum value defines the Web.
c
=size(Text);
d
=size (Value);

if c(2)~= d(2) then disp("Error entry");
end;

e
=c(2);
f
=[1:1:e];
g
=2*%pi/e*f;
h
=max(Value)*1.2;
i
=zeros(c(1),c(2));
xx
=h*sin(g);
yy
=h*cos(g);

//draw the basic Spider-Chart
figure("figure_name",gettext("Spider Chart"),"Position",[50,50,500,500],"BackgroundColor",[1.0,1.0,1.0]);
title('$Spider\ Chart$','color','black','fontsize',5);

bcolor
=color("grey70");
bset
=xset("dashes",1);
xv
=[i;xx];
yv
=[i;yy];
xsegs(xv,yv);
j
= gce(); j.segs_color=bcolor; j.line_style=bset;

By now i'am so far. :-)

with best regards / mit freundlichen Grüssen / cordialement

Pascal Bühler
Qualität-Hardware / Prüfingenieur
SAUTER HeadOffice
Fr. Sauter AG
Im Surinam 55, CH-4016 Basel
Telefon +41 (0)61 695 5646
Telefax +41 (0)61 695 5619
http://www.sauter-controls.com

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Hi,

I did know of these functions from Openeering : thanks for sharing !

The code is provided under the Apache license : is this compatible with
Cecill ?

The Stixbox module also contains several graphics functions for data
analysis :

boxplot : Draw a box plot
bubblechart : Plot a bubble chart
bubblematrix : Plot a bubble chart
filledbounds : Fill the area between two curves
histo : Plot a histogram
identify : Identify points on a plot with mouse clicks
plotmatrix : Plot an X vx Y scatter plot matrix
plotsym : Plot with symbols
qqnorm : Normal probability paper
qqplot : Create a QQ-plot
stairs : Stairstep graph

There is no spider plot in Stixbox though.

Stixbox is availalable from :

atomsInstall("stixbox")

or from the Forge :

http://forge.scilab.org/index.php/p/stixbox/

Notice that the boxplot function is in the source, but not in atoms yet
(just because I did not have the time to do it).

If you will to contribute to the Stixbox module, please send me a
message !

Best regards,

Michaël

Le 2015-08-06 11:48, Yann DEBRAY a écrit :
> Dear Mister Bühler,
>
>  You can develop such a feature directly based on scilab functions,
> such as xpoly()
>  
https://help.scilab.org/docs/5.5.2/en_US/xpoly.html [4]
>
>  Here's an example of Italian partners, with a box-and-whisker plot
> and a parallel plot:
>  
http://www.openeering.com/sites/default/files/Data_mining_0.pdf [5]
>  (see code attached)
>
>  We would be happy to distribute your contribution
>
>  If you need professional support or training, don't hesitate to
> contact us.
>
>  For the Scilab Team
>
> Yann DEBRAY
> Business Developer
> Phone: +33 1 80 77 04 73
> Mobile: +49 157 51 49 49 15
>
> 143 bis rue Yves Le Coz - 78000 Versailles, France
> Phone: +33 1 80 77 04 60
>
http://www.scilab-enterprises.com [3]
>
> Le 31/07/2015 16:00, Pascal Buehler a écrit :
>
>> Is there any way to make a spiderweb chart for Scilab 6?
>>
>> with best regards / mit freundlichen Grüssen / cordialement
>>
>> Pascal Bühler
>> Qualität-Hardware / Prüfingenieur
>> SAUTER HeadOffice
>> Fr. Sauter AG
>> Im Surinam 55, CH-4016 Basel
>> Telefon +41 (0)61 695 5646
>> Telefax +41 (0)61 695 5619
>>
http://www.sauter-controls.com [1]
>>
>> DISCLAIMER:
>> This communication, and the information it contains is for the sole
>> use of
>> the intended recipient. It is confidential, may be legally
>> privileged and
>> protected by law. Unauthorized use, copying or disclosure of any
>> part
>> thereof may be unlawful. If you have received this communication in
>> error,
>> please destroy all copies and kindly notify the sender.
>>
>> Before printing out this e-mail or its attachments, please consider
>> whether
>> it is really necessary to do so.
>> Using less paper helps the environment.
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> users mailing list
>> [hidden email]
>>
http://lists.scilab.org/mailman/listinfo/users [2]
>
>
> Links:
> ------
> [1]
http://www.sauter-controls.com
> [2]
http://lists.scilab.org/mailman/listinfo/users
> [3]
http://www.scilab-enterprises.com/
> [4]
https://help.scilab.org/docs/5.5.2/en_US/xpoly.html
> [5]
http://www.openeering.com/sites/default/files/Data_mining_0.pdf
>
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>
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