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May 6, 2011 11:28 AM
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I'm having difficulty selecting x, y, and z axis variables for the Contour Profiler.

My dataset contains 11 columns, and while I can select the response (z) variables by selecting and dragging columns into the "Y, Prediction Formula" area, I seem to have no choice which of the remaining columns are plotted on the x and y axes.

There must be a simple way to select the x and y axes, I just can't figure it out at the moment.

Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!

Robert

My dataset contains 11 columns, and while I can select the response (z) variables by selecting and dragging columns into the "Y, Prediction Formula" area, I seem to have no choice which of the remaining columns are plotted on the x and y axes.

There must be a simple way to select the x and y axes, I just can't figure it out at the moment.

Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!

Robert

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May 9, 2011 5:05 PM
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The "Contour Profiler" need to designate the column that save the "Prediction Fomula" at "Fit model".

If you draw contour plot directly from the raw data, you have to use "Contour Plot" instead of "Contour profiler.

If you draw contour plot directly from the raw data, you have to use "Contour Plot" instead of "Contour profiler.