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Jun 13, 2011 9:28 AM
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If I have a few data sets, how to 'analyze>distribution' them so that i get a normal quantile plot with those few data sets in a same plot/figure.

Provided, the data set markers will be different.

In the data table, I have a column to segregate the data sets but if I choose 'analyze>distribution>by segregation' i get few quantile plots.

I would like to have all in one.

This for super-impose comparison to compare the distribution shapes.

Thanks.

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Jun 16, 2011 5:29 AM
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If you search this forum for "Overlay normal quantile" the first hit contains the info you are looking for. Use Fit Y by X with your stacked data as Y and your grouping column as X. Use the red triangle pulldown menu to choose "normal quantile plot" and right click on the resulting plot to get the option to make a legend.

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