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Add/Remove Line from Column in Scatter Plot(lines and curves) using IronPython

Steve Ennis

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The link in the "IronPython Scripting in TIBCO Spotfire" for Add Line from Column Values to a Visualizationdoes not work. I would love to see this script because I am exactly trying to include a toggle button to add/remove specific lines(from column values) from my scatter plot. It appears it was once there but now the link doesn't work. Please fix.


Thank you!

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I get a "You are not authorized to access this page" on TIBCO's website. And I am logged into the commuunity at the time. I have also checked different browsers just in case it is a Google/Bing issue.  The message is the same.  But the "You are not authorized to access this page" is different (an improvement) from yesterday. 
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Is this the same for every other article link on the Iron Python script page

Can you please provide the screenhot for more clarity.

In the meantimebelow the script that you may find of help:

from Spotfire.Dxp.Application.Visuals import *

from Spotfire.Dxp.Application.Visuals.FittingModels import *

#get the data table


# define vis as script parameter referring to your visualization


# Add a ColumnValuesLine fitting model


#Define the model





#get the ReferenceCurve


#set a custom name to the line




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Below is the script I got to work. Copy lines 6-8 and alter to do multiple lines on 1 graph. Copy entire script and change vis to vis2 for multiple graphs on the same page. Thanks!


from Spotfire.Dxp.Application.Visuals import *

for fm in vis.As[scatterPlot]().FittingModels:

if vis.TypeId == VisualTypeIdentifiers.ScatterPlot:

lc = vis.As[scatterPlot]()

for fm in lc.FittingModels:

if fm.TypeId.DisplayName == "Line from Column Values" :


if fm.Line.DisplayName == "YourCurveName":



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