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Plot in Excel

After creating Histogram, Cumulative, Scatter or Sensitivity plots in RocPlane, the Plot in Excel option can be used to create the same plot in Microsoft Excel.

To create a plot in Excel:

  1. Make sure the chart you wish to export is the active view. If not, click the mouse in the view to make it the active view.
  2. Select Plot in Excel on the toolbar, the Chart menu or the right-click menu.

If you have the Microsoft Excel program on your computer, it will automatically be started. The raw data used to create the chart will be exported to Excel, and a chart will be automatically created. This is all done with a single mouse click!


  • With the Export Dataset option, any or all data from a Probabilistic analysis can be copied to the clipboard, saved to a file, or exported to Excel.
  • The Copy Data to Clipboard option can be used to copy the raw data for a single graph to the Windows Clipboard.
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