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Feb 17, 2020 11:28 AM
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OK, first my boss wanted box plots, now it is too much, and instead I need to add the mean and std error bars... But JMP (14.0.0 64 bit windows 10) only wants to show one or the other:

How can I make JMP show both, with the mean point and std dev or std error bars overlayed With the points (other than combining them in photoshop or learning 'Graphpad Prism')?

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Assuming you have a chart with just your data points being displayed,, all you have to do, is to right click on the graph, and add a second instance of Points, and set them to the mean and error bars.

Jim

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Assuming you have a chart with just your data points being displayed,, all you have to do, is to right click on the graph, and add a second instance of Points, and set them to the mean and error bars.

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Re: Graph builder: points and mean on the same graph

Thanks! Exactly what I needed. I tried shift and control clicking the icons, moving a second instance of the reading all around, but that has now done the trick!

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