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Re: points and lines in a graph

It is not clear how you created this plot. Do you have an example that you can share? The data table and graph script would be great.

Thanks,

Phil

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Re: points and lines in a graph

Hi Francoise,

It looks like you are using a categorical or ordinal variable type as X axis. If it is the case, the only trick I know that will center each point to the connecting line is to generate a dummy continuous variable to use instead of your current X.

Depending on the complexity and nature of your X variable, you can use the Recode function, the formula Row(), or a more complex formula to generate a continuous dummy X. Of note, make sure that the dummy Xs are numerical continuous

Best regards,

TS

It looks like you are using a categorical or ordinal variable type as X axis. If it is the case, the only trick I know that will center each point to the connecting line is to generate a dummy continuous variable to use instead of your current X.

Depending on the complexity and nature of your X variable, you can use the Recode function, the formula Row(), or a more complex formula to generate a continuous dummy X. Of note, make sure that the dummy Xs are numerical continuous

Best regards,

TS

Thierry R. Sornasse

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Re: points and lines in a graph

Hi,

you are right, the X axis has the years and months that I have configured as ordinal continuous variables. Maybe JMP RetD could fix it?

I will test your solution.

thank you for your reply.

best regards

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Re: points and lines in a graph

hi,

thanks for your help;

it' s better.

see the 2 images;

best regards

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