Hello everyone, I have two of small questions related to displaying data with CPA2:
Question: is there a way to manually set min/max on the axis? Let’s say, I have two databases and would like to compare histograms of the same variable using the same range. Currently, every histogram-window ends up having its own min/max axis.
Question: is there a way to color a subset of dots in a scatter plot? When I show variables X vs Y on the scatter plot but I would like to color code the dots based on variable Z … or at least based on a filter. In my case I have virus infected cells and cell which are not infected. Maybe one could do something like this for a common scatter plot:
- for all Z<z0 -> show corresponding dots in green
- for all z>=z0 -> show corresponding dots in red.
Thank you for your help
P.S: I noticed a small inconsistency: in histograms, displaying a log(variable) results in an axis number annotation of “4 … 7” and the unit anotation is “log(variable)”. Whereas with scatter plots, displaying a log(variable) results in an axis number annotation of “2^5 … 2^9” and the unit annotation is “variable” only. It would be great if both had the same type of annotation for both number and unit.