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I would like to construct a bi-plot (double plot; two-way distribution), see example below. It would be a central point marking the mean for a given group, with error bars (standard deviation) for both parameters (both axis). I can't find a way to do this easily in jmp, and would appreciate some hints or suggestions. Thanks. Morten, Norway.
This can be done in Graph Builder in JMP 15 (or JMP 14).
Start with a summarize table with these columns: group, mean for x variable, std. dev for x-axis, mean for y variable, std. dev. for y-axis. I used Big Class.jmp and tabulate to make the summarized table and then converted to a JMP Data Table.
Drag mean for x to x-axis (height) and mean for y to y-axis (weight)
Change the Error Interval (called Error Bars in JMP 14) to Two-way Interval
Drag Std. Dev. for x-axis to interval box/zone on right.
Drag Std. Dev. for y-axis to same interval box/zone but just to the right of the x-axis std. dev. (see below picture)
Add group to Color zone or use Rows>Color or Mark By Column menu function. The final plot looks something like this:
Hope that is what you are looking for.
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