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Nov 21, 2016 5:32 AM
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I use the scatter plot matrix to illustrate the coverage of the runs to the various factor level combinations as an experimental design is evaluated. Since I uploaded version 13, I am unable to get the points to jitter. I checked the Points Jittered option within Preferences/Platforms/Scatterplot Matrix and the problem persists. Has anyone noticed this issue and is there a way to rectify the situation?

Rob Lievense

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I changed data type from continuous to ordinal for the purposes of jittering the scatterplot matrix.

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I changed data type from continuous to ordinal for the purposes of jittering the scatterplot matrix.

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Re: Scatterplot Matrix with Points Jittered not working in JMPPRO 13

Thanks for the answer Lou! Such a simple way to get it to work; I should have thought to try it first. This will work out well for helping out team to understand the coverage of runs for varous design plans. I appreciate such a quick response.

Rob

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Re: Scatterplot Matrix with Points Jittered not working in JMPPRO 13

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Nov 22, 2016 4:56 AM
| Last Modified: Nov 22, 2016 4:57 AM
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| Posted in reply to message from statpharmer 11-21-2016

This reminds me of a separate issue, which I will write here before I forget. It should be a separate question, but I haven't looked to see if it still occurs on v13. Graph Builder with a scatterplot (Y continuous, X ordinal or nominal)., points jittered. Superimpose a box plot. The outliers associated with a box plot recieve jitter values different to the underlying data. The result is that a single data value is drawn twice (same Y value but different X values). The workaround is to de-select the litter checkbox, but it really can act as a source of confusion. Like I said, not checked it on v13 yet.

-Dave

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Another approach would be to turn off the display of outliers for the Box Plot element. You can then choose to jitter or not using the points element.

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Re: Scatterplot Matrix with Points Jittered not working in JMPPRO 13

Thank you for the hint.

Rob

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Re: Scatterplot Matrix with Points Jittered not working in JMPPRO 13

Thanks for the info. I had not thought of using Graph Builder. I would expect that one might want to do this as a graph matrix so we can see the combination of all inputs.

Rob Lievense

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