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Parity plot

Forces a ScatterPlot to be drawn with identical x and y axes, and adds a leading diagonal axis with optional tolerance guidelines.


sp.SetMarkers(Marker.Bullet);
sp.ScatterPlotStyle = ScatterPlotStyles.Parity;
sp.Heading = "Parity Plot of Data vs Fit";
sp.ParityTolerance = 10;
sp.ParityStyle = ParityStyles.Absolute;

This chart is generally used to compare a theoretical behaviour with actual data, and to look out for values which exceed some preset tolerance. The limits may be drawn at fixed values (as here) or as percentage or ratio values.

SetAxesScales may be used with a value of 1 in conjunction of Parity to force normal axes, but then the axes may not have identical ranges.

See also ...

Balanced Axis | SharpPlot Members | SharpPlot.ParityStyle Property | SharpPlot.ParityTolerance Property | SharpPlot.ScatterPlotStyle Property | SharpPlot.SetParityLimitStyle Method | SharpPlot.SetParityLineStyle Method | SharpPlot.SetParityZoneStyle Method


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