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I want to plot my experiment data using omnigraphsketcher.

During plot the graph using my data, I should change the graph range.

And It is hard thing that erase out range data for each appropriate graph.

How can I hide out range data?

I want to find that kind of option but I couldn't find it.

please help me.
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Unfortunately there's currently no way to crop your data to the axis rectangle; I'm sorry to disappoint!
It isn't too difficult to do manually, though it would be a bit tedious if you had a large number of graphs to do. Click on the first point to the left of your axis rectangle, then go to the inspector, scroll to the top and shift click at the beginning of the data. Press the delete key. That kills everything to the left. Similarly, for the unwanted data to the right, click on the first point outside the bounding box, bring up the inspector, scroll to the bottom, shift click on the end of the data, then press delete. No need to delete all those unwanted points one by one!

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