Animated chart in a movie clip?
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Animated chart in a movie clip?
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Cheers, colleagues

I have to make a presentation about the experiments I've conducted - shear strength of RC columns with circular cross section... So I have the clip of the experiment - from the beginning to the failure of the specimen, and the all the data - time, load, deformations.
For the presentation, I want to combine the failure movie with syncronized animated graph Time-Load and Load-Deformations.

Do you have any ideas how I can do this?

Greetings and thank you in advance!
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Dear AlmostThere,

You can make the animation in R easily using the 'animation' package (you can control the animation speed). The animation can be combined with the movie clip using any decent video editor.

R is a free programming language with similar features and syntax as Matlab, especially useful for statistical calculations.

R program:
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animation package:
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animation examples created with the package:
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The animation created in R can be directly implemented into pdf files too. You can use Matlab to create animation as well.
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I have not done anything like this before, but if you have access to matlab (could use any environment really) I would create a simple GUI, read the video in frame by frame, then display each frame in a control on the GUI and plot the corresponding data to an axes placed below. 30-40 lines of manual code I think would have you pretty close to a working solution.
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Thank you for your help and cooperation!
I used R software and the the code from this site:
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And this is the result: [video=youtube]:
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