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miomio
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The mistake in the prediction profiler?

Hello

I was looking at a solution to a problem that I had just solved, however there seemed to be a difference between the output of my prediction profiler and that of the solution. How come? Someone who knows why there's a difference? Mine is "1" while the output of the solution is "2".

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Re: The mistake in the prediction profiler?

I'm missing something here... the two pictures appear to give the same results, just with a different scale on the y-axis of the profiler.  One of them goes from 0 to 10-ish and the other goes from 0 to 20-ish.  The response output and confidence interval are identical.  Can you help with a little more detail about with difference you are seeing?

Best,

M

miomio
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Re: The mistake in the prediction profiler?

Oh yeah, now I see it. It's that difference which I am seeing ... How come one goes from 0-10 while the other goes from 0-20?

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rabelardo
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Re: The mistake in the prediction profiler?

I'm guessing you inadvertently adjusted the Y-axis range.

You could:

  • try relaunching the analysis again to see the default scaling like that of 2.png or
  • just Right click on the Y-axis then select Revert Axis

Hope this helps.

- Randy

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