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m100psi
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Plot multiple columns on the y-axis of a variability chart

My current method for plotting multiple columns on the y-axis of a variability chart is to stack the table and use a row legend.  I think either there must be an easy way to plot multiple columns in a variability chart (with a "column legend"), or there's something fundamental I'm missing about variability charts.

 

To put it another way, when selecting multiple columns for the y-axis of a variability chart, JMP plots the columns in distinct charts.  I'd like to keep them in the same chart.

 

Could someone help with either how to do this, or why it doesn't make sense?

 

Thanks,
Matt

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Re: Plot multiple columns on the y-axis of a variability chart

The Variability Chart platform is JMP's version of the general multi-vari chart. It is primarily intended for use in any crossed or nested study of variance, such as a Gage R&R or Measurement System Analysis study. You can include more than one response in your analysis but they are analyzed separately.

 

You can use Graph Builder to visualize more than one response at a time against nested variables in the X role.

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Re: Plot multiple columns on the y-axis of a variability chart

The Variability Chart platform is JMP's version of the general multi-vari chart. It is primarily intended for use in any crossed or nested study of variance, such as a Gage R&R or Measurement System Analysis study. You can include more than one response in your analysis but they are analyzed separately.

 

You can use Graph Builder to visualize more than one response at a time against nested variables in the X role.

Learn it once, use it forever!

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