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Wantj43
Level II

Fit Y by X - how to perform a specific test on multiple resulting graphs.

When "Fit Y by X produces multiple is the a way to perform an additional test on all the results without repeating the command individually?

Thank you

Joe

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Wantj43
Level II

Re: Fit Y by X - how to perform a specific test on multiple resulting graphs.

When "Fit Y by X" produces multiple images is there a way to perform an additional test on all the results without repeating the command individually?
Thank you
Joe

I apologize for not proof reading the original posting

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Thierry_S
Level VI

Re: Fit Y by X - how to perform a specific test on multiple resulting graphs.

Hi Joe,

It is rather difficult to provide an accurate answer without additional details:
1) What type of data are you analyzing X and Y (continuous, ordinal, categorical)?
2) When you say "multiple images", are you referring to repeated plots of the same format or something else?
3) Are you analyzing multiple Ys, multiple Xs or both?

Assuming you are analyzing multiple Ys for a single X, you can broadcast commands from one analysis to all other plots of the same type by holding the CTRL key while applying the desired command (e.g. Compare Means, ANOVA...). With that said, considering your experience level on the forum, I'm guessing that your question might be about something more complex.

Best regards,

TS
Thierry R. Sornasse
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Wantj43
Level II

Re: Fit Y by X - how to perform a specific test on multiple resulting graphs.

Thanking every very much.

Joe

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