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Fill circle layers with colors according to read values from a plotted curve
I want to read (temperature) values from plotted (cooling) curves and visualize them in layered circles. I have an example made manually for clarification: 3 plotted curves, at certain time steps ...
Nov 4 '13 at 11:17
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