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Jul 26, 2011 8:41 AM
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JMP 9.0.2 on Windows XP

I'd like to add a reference line to a scatterplot (using Graph Builder), but I don't want the vertical or horizontal lines that are possible through the axis settings. I could use a dummy column with the appropriate values, but I'm hoping there is a more elegant solution...

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You can add a Graphics Script to the graph and use the "Y Function()" function.

Just right-click on the graph and chose "Customize". In the Customize Graph dialog click the + button to add a script.

Then, in the Templates drop down menu, choose Y Function.

Then you can put the formula for your line in the Y Function template and get a line.

Jeff

-Jeff

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You can add a Graphics Script to the graph and use the "Y Function()" function.

Just right-click on the graph and chose "Customize". In the Customize Graph dialog click the + button to add a script.

Then, in the Templates drop down menu, choose Y Function.

Then you can put the formula for your line in the Y Function template and get a line.

Jeff

-Jeff