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Any way to place a line on the chart for warning levels on radiation monitor
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lane5625
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September 2, 2017 - 4:40 pm
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I am displaying radiation levels in uSV/H and Counts Per Minute.  Is there a way to place colored lines on my chart for the warning levels?  The warning levels for uSV/H (microSieverts per hour) are yellow (hazardous) - 0.56, and red (dangerous) - 1.88, and the warning levels for CPM are yellow - 60, and red - 200.  So I want to place a yellow and a red line on my charts to indicate hazardous and dangerous levels.

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September 14, 2017 - 3:44 pm
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If you create a MATLAB visualization to create your plot, you can use refline to create a reference line.

For example:

plot(1:10,11:20);
hold on
hline=refline([0,15]);
hline.Color = 'g';
line2=refline([0 18]);
line2.Color='r';
line2.LineWidth=5;

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