I have a problem. Let us assume I have 3 root files - 1.root, 2.root, 3.root.
I take some histogram (h1 of TH2F) from 1.root, then take h2 from 2.root and draw them with option “boxsames”, each with different color. That’s OK. But then I take histogram h1 from 1.root (another one time, no connections between them - I do it in different scripts) and h3 from 3.root and do the same - draw these two with option “boxsames”. And here is the problem: the view of h1 should be the same in first and in the second case; any differences are due to whether I have h2 or h3 on the pad. But what I see the view of h1 is different in those cases!
After intense searching your site here I found possible explanation:
(As I can see it also concerns option “SAMES”, not only “SAME”)
OK, but what if I want to compare these 2 histograms: (h1+h2) and (h1+h3)? Of course I understand that h1’s content is the same, but it always looks different (like there are less or more boxes there) despite of exact similarity of stat boxes.
Any ideas? Maybe there is a way to somehow override this “previous plot taking into account”?
All histograms are TH2F.
ROOT version - 5.22