I’m trying to do something like (in MyMacro.C):
double f (double x)
return x*x; // example
void MyMacro ()
MyTree -> Draw (“x:y”, “y > f->Eval (x)”);
Where f(x) is an external function. I tried to this in different ways but I get always
an error saying: “bad numerical expression”. It seems that Draw() doesn’t like external
functions. On the contrary, if I put e.g.
MyTree -> Draw (“x:y”, “y > TMath::Sin(x)”);
it works! Why?
MyTree -> Draw (“x:y”, “y > f(x)”);
I also have a same problem.
My code is as follows:
T1->Draw("S0:Time", TMath::Nint(S0), "same"); //Here S0 values should be get round-off and then plot rouned S0 values vs Time
TGraph *gr5 = new TGraph(T1->GetSelectedRows(),T1->GetV2(), T1->GetV1());
But it’s not working. How to do this? Please guide.
T1->Draw(“TMath::Nint(S0):Time”); // 2D scatter-plot
TGraph gr5 = ((TGraph)((gPad->GetPrimitive(“Graph”))->Clone())); // clone the result of Draw