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Josephine Bergmann
How can I animate scientific graphs accurately
on Mar 26, 2020 at 5:07:35 pm

Hi all,
I've been looking all over the place but cannot find any good advice on this: I need to transform one scientific graph (called scatter plot) into another, which technically just means I have to make the dots move from one specific location to another. I don't have the data itself, only the graphs in Illustrator. Here's a little screenshot:



I have more than these two graphs, so even though I could come up with a workaround I am looking for a quicker solution... and maybe something that also looks a bit decent. What would be cool, is if the dots could scatter around and then land in place. So far I tried to mock a transformation with CC Pixel Polly but I am not happy with it.

Any help or tips are welcome! Thank you!

-- Josephine


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Richard Garabedain
Re: How can I animate scientific graphs accurately
on Mar 26, 2020 at 10:34:27 pm

why dont you try animating a solid mass ..,maybe with a rough edges on for distribution of the( cc ball action )that we will put on top of this...which i think will work better on an adjustment layer...or you can animate the twist properties as well. or both.


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